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Well, like others, I was stunned and my head exploded
when I read your post--the employer, lie at an
It depends, don't it?
Did they say they'd have vanilla-flavoured coffee and
then only really have regular stuff?
Did they lie about giving you a good parking spot?
Was it about culture, environment, management style?
Was it about pay or bonuses or reviews?
Was it about the scope of the job?
--- Goober Writer <gooberwriter -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> Wow, lots of interview conversations... good stuff!
> I have a question for the masses...
> Have you ever been to a job interview only to find
> later that the company flat out lied to you? How did
> you handle it?