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...wn increasingly frustrated with how people are judged and treated at their jobs. I find it ridiculous how much importance is placed on the font of a resume or how interview questions are answered. The greatest offender being the “why do you want to work at our company?” question, when the company has given the applicant little reason to apply, other than simply advertising an open position. Leadership has also been sorely been lacking in which case the employees are heavily discouraged from making decisions of their own or have been giving so little training that they are unable to handle situations on their own. I am determined to judge my employees not on interview questions or their resumes but on their willingness to perform their jobs and to give them training necessary training that will allow everyone to work independently and have the opportunity for growth.
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