I wanted to slap the interviewer, but instead I just politely said "sorry, this isn't the place for me" and walked out.
I interviewed for a retail management position (AT A SPORTS STORE) and when it was time to talk about my work experience he interrupted me and said "personal training isn't real experience, tell me about your real jobs."
EXCUSE ME but how the HELL is personal training not a "real job"?!?!?!!
We are certified industry professionals who work closely with clients to transform their body and lifestyle!!! It's hard work!
Did I overreact???
So here's the problem. I work as a bartender and have for years. I've been at my current job for 4 years and my boss REALLY wants me to be a manager. I appreciate that he has faith in me and my ability to be a good leader, but I don't know that I want to be a manager.
I know it'll be good for my career development but I really enjoy being a bartender. But he's been asking me every single shift....
A. Health and dental benefits
B. Retirement benefits
C. Flexible working benefits
D. Professional development benefits
E. Tuition reimbursement benefits
F. Other (please specify)
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