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It’s too much in the model of “I’m a perfectionist” or “I work too hard” or other attempts to answer with something the applicant hopes the interviewer will actually see as a strength.
(Perfectionism can actually be a crippling weakness, so it’s always weird when people don’t realize that.) 5.
I was totally creeped out and told him that it was not allowed.
That’s not necessarily a company-wide policy but he was absolutely giving the impression at this point that he wanted to ask me out.
To be a reference, I’d need to talk about your work ethic, initiative, and general quality of work, and I don’t feel like I can do that in a way that would help you.” You really would be helping her out if you let her know that — whether or not she appreciates it at the time.
And that’s doubly true as someone new to the workforce; it’s going to come across as a bit prima donna-ish at any career stage, but especially as someone junior. Would that not be a good weakness to reveal during an interview?
Nope, it’s going to sound disingenuous, whether or not it actually is.
However, this is my first job out of college, and I’d like to get my feet wet with negotiations.
I’ve been looking around for advice on things to negotiate other than salary, and most of them seem pretty normal (vacation time, job title) and some of them made sense although I didn’t know how to approach them (office). How would you begin to explain to a hiring staff why it was relevant to the job?
What should I tell the hiring manager when she, inevitably, drops my name?