Interview at Marriott Hotel and update on the last

@elitess (5072)
Ipswich, England
December 10, 2009 1:34pm CST
Well the people from the electronics and home appliances didn't keep their word even if they said they will call me if i was accepted or e_mail me if i wasn't. The other person that was with me at the interview even called them on Tuesday and still no sign from them and it is Thursday night already. They are disappointing in the relationship with their future possible employees. I went for another interview today at Hotel Marriott, for an internship post as a human resources trainee, and in my opinion all went well... They said they have today and tomorrow as recruiting days and Monday or Tuesday they will call me to tell me if i was accepted or not. Have you ever been treated with disrespect by a possible employer from the start ? Have you ever applied for an internship ?
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@bjcyrix (6910)
• Philippines
11 Dec 09
They told you that they'd email when you when you didnt get the job? Well, most employers wouldnt really promise that. They'd just say they'll call you if you get it. It would be kinda understood if you didnt get it cause there wouldnt be any calls. This practice kinda gives the employer the option of calling you if ever he/she needs someone immediately or to fill up a position that someone left unexpectedly. It does give the feeling that the employers are leaving you hanging but I think promising to email you when you didnt get it leaves false hopes that would give the potential employees lose trust in the credibility of the company. I havent had that kind of experience. I mean I havent been to a formal job interview. Ive been to those walk ins just to inquire about a job post that I saw while passing by someplace. So far it was good, but I know I might not get that part time job because of my class schedule. They were hoping to hire someone who can work 5 hours straight. Its best to not hope regarding these things. Continue job searching and applying if there are any vacancies, if any of those companies calls you then congratulations, if not just keep looking, eventually you'll find one that is best suited for you.
@bjcyrix (6910)
• Philippines
11 Dec 09
Oh, forgot to say GoodLuck!
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@elitess (5072)
• Ipswich, England
14 Dec 09
well thanks for the comment... Today is monday morning... let's see if they ring :P
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@bjcyrix (6910)
• Philippines
14 Dec 09
You're welcome.^_^ Keep us posted!
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@cbeee3 (2064)
• India
10 Dec 09
To be quite candid, I have been on only 2 job interviews in my life. I bagged them both at the same time, so I had to choose. So I was not really disrespected in anyway. But a while back, I took a break from my job and at that time, it was painful. I had to get some important documents from the company. Follow ups, follow ups and more follow ups. But in our own interest that is what we got to do , yeah? I have been an intern. Did it in the nuclear institute in our country. My dad is from that institute, so I kind of got special treatment, which I honestly did not like. Felt weird, being known like that. I like to hide in the background.lol I am sure things will go great hun. Good luck! :)
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• India
11 Dec 09
yes u are right
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@riyasam (16578)
• India
11 Dec 09
during the many interview calls i have attended,the ones that are not so promising are the ones where they donot give us an direct answer,instead they beat around the bush by saying that they will get back to us at the earliest.
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• India
11 Dec 09
i have never been treated disrespectfully by any employer,wherever i went i was treated with great respect and honor.I just neglect the persons who doesn't respect people
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@paula27661 (15899)
• Australia
11 Dec 09
I have applied for a lot of jobs during my lifetime and I learnt very early on that patience is the key and, although the job candidate awaits with bated breath to hear whether his or her application was successful, the prospective employer takes his or her own sweet time completely uncaring that for the ‘employee to be’ this is a life changing event and there is an urgent need to know the outcome! I would say that this is not abnormal and I suggest you harm yourself with patience and I wish you all the best of luck!
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@ANTIQUELADY (36489)
• United States
10 Dec 09
Maybe u need to be a little more patient if u can. I'm sure w/as many people that are out of jobs they had a world of applications. people in companies don't realize how bad u want to hear or maybe they don't care but it's rough waiting on them. I hope u hear soon. GOOD LUCK.
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