Here we go… 1. I was given an IQ test at a job interview I applied for a copywriting job about a week ago and was told to bring my portfolio along. I spent ages preparing work samples, competency questions, strengths and weaknesses, and so on.
You want to know about the salary? Yes, yes we are.
We do work in exchange for money. Spooky March 27, at 2: OP, I would send him a link to this thread if you suggest public ranges and he gives you the stink eye. Verizon will appreciate that lattes are more important than money, right? Stranger than fiction March 27, at 5: The Op did drop a pretty big hint, despite her limitations, that the candidate was in the right ballpark.
Fortitude Jones March 27, at 6: Why waste time with a company that may or may not pay you fairly when you can use your PTO time for interviews at companies that are upfront about compensation?
Marthooh March 27, at 7: Hey Nonnie March 27, at 6: Factual — secret salaries ARE a way to institutionalize pay disparity and get away with it, intentional or not — and the candidate exercised her right to choose.
And good for her. I want to buy that woman a beer. Also, this is much less about bait-and-switch — at least that tactic is obvious, and you lose nothing but the time you spent interviewing — than it is about secretly having pay scale A for Young White Men who are go-getters that remind the boss of himself, and pay scale B for women, and pay scale C for people of color.
Transparency leads to accountability. Hey Nonnie March 27, at 7: There have been multiple studies proving the wage gap. Women get paid less than men, and women of color get paid less still.
I mean, this entire thread was generated from a candidate refusing to play into pay disparities. JustMe March 28, at 5: Marie March 27, at 7: The OP provided a wordy, indirect, ambiguous response to a basically close-ended question, which comes off as evasive.
And knowing the real answer, it clearly was meant to be evasive! OP communicated the REAL reason clearly to us — they covered in two sentences what they took two paragraphs to avoid saying to the candidate. Mad Baggins March 27, at Delphine I agree, that long, vague message would have been a red flag for me.
Wintermute March 27, at I love the fact she indirectly called this out, but I would have been explicit about it myself. March 28, at 8: Nanani How is never pushing back and just accepting bad practice supposed to fix that though?
MJ March 28, at 8: The candidate is my hero. Turquoisecow March 27, at 2: Sally March 27, at 2: Falling Diphthong March 27, at 3: What if I have theater tickets for Friday night? RegularGoneAnon March 27, at 3:initiativeblog.com is a platform where people can practice technical interviewing anonymously and, in the process, find jobs based on their interview performance rather than their resumes.
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