Mostly sketches. Occasionally a painting. Nothing political other than caricatures reinforcing the truism "Politics is Show Business for Ugly People".
Great news. You may miss out on the sacred mento experience after all.
You mean Sacramento
Ellis, you're back! I worry if two days go by and there are no posts from you.
I'm always here. I'm like the sacred mento. Always there. Drinking diet coke.
NICE! Break a leg my friend!
Very disappointing. Psych test ambush interview
L Ron Hubbard recruitment?
It was a series of questions that asked in this situation (at work), what would you do? or what in your work experience does this apply to? Very ridiculous. It was this BS. http://careerservices.wayne.edu/behavioralinterviewinfo.pdfNothing about my work, the test I did, anything personal about me. Very disturbing. Lots of that crap didn't apply.
Behavior-Based Interviewing sucks
It was probably just a check off their company has been forced to do. Some people force you to sit through a couple of hours of sex harassment training. Check. Psy Op profile. Check.
No reason to be discouraged by this. Maybe group A liked what they saw and turned it over to Group B, the HR weasels, to psych evaluate you. If you seemed like someone who they could work with, then maybe good things. All of my first day at work was doing interactive courseware on not lying on my time sheet, only talk to people with company badges, and don't stare at the breasts behind those badges.
All guys. Interviewed with all four at once. I don't expect anything more. Don't like the idea of a company that uses Behavior-Based Interviewing tactics.
That's what I faced for the two state jobs I applied for. (clerks) I guess it is SOP at this point. I just treated it as an iq test. Gave them what they wanted to hear.The round robin effect shows the all the people that might have to interact or depend or your work product. They'll hire a cute Asian girl. I would too.
Ellis, you were our cute Asian girl.Don't fret, Jimmy--who knows how this will ultimately play out. It's all experience...right?
One of my many bad memories of home depot included the prep they expected with online courseware before you were ready to go out in the store.If a company is large enough to survive in today's business climate, they are top heavy with last fired execs.Always coming out with new roll outs on managing the peons.
This whole experience, gives me even less faith in the corporate system.
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