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Quick rant: Why do companies bother to ask me when I'm available for an interview, then when I tell them, they turn around and tell me that time isn't available, and I can only interview on THEIR schedule? Is this a control thing? An "I'll show you who's boss!" thing? It's so freaking annoying, and they all seem to do it.

Ms_McSteven 7 June 13

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If company X is not willing to work out a schedule to accommodate you around your work schedule, would you even bother with it. Seems to me that would not be a place that is employee friendly.

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They are looking for the expected reply "at your convenience" the go to response of the professional toady

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If they tell you "Sorry, but we can't use you", respond with " That's okay, because I'm not here to be 'used' by you either!"
What makes employers think the rest of Humanity are 'commodities', to be "used", and disposed of?

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Yes. It's a generic total disregard for a prospective employee. Sometimes they want 5 or 6 interviews, etc. I am lucky I have a job. I get quite a few recruiter calls and virtually all the companies have no respect for prospective employees.

@Ms_McSteven piss on them jess saying

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