When conducting an interview with a hopeful candidate, it is important to ensure that all questions are concise, to the point and relevant to the job at hand. This will allow recruiters to get the best possible answers out of the candidate and properly assess their suitability to the role.
However, one baffled candidate took to the online forum Reddit to voice her disgust at an incredibly invasive question that she was asked in an interview. She posted on Reddit: “Male Director to female candidate: ‘How would you deal with inappropriate behaviour from a man in the workplace?’ Female candidate: ‘I'd tell his wife’.
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