Las job seeking It is always a complicated process for both the companies and the employees. while some people manage to stay together The post they yearned for in a single interviewOthers go through a long process of requests, examinations and meetings.
This matter has come to the fore in a recent video that went viral on Tiktok. a person who turned down a job opportunity because of a scandalous description, It turns out that, before you go to your job interview, He learned of a policy that the company to which he planned to apply had, He declined the offer and his affair went viral.
it all started with rentA digital job search platform and application Dedicated to connecting employers with potential future employees via chat.
in his tiktok accountThe app regularly highlights the strangest stories about those hiring processes. almost always presented by a woman, One of those videos went viral for its unique story.
Although it was not specified whether the prospective worker was a man or a woman, the reasons for not attending the meeting with the interviewer were detailed. Obviously, he did some research on the company he wanted to join and noticed that the boss is recording his remote employees,
“He made the workers installed software that took a picture of their face every nine minutes To make sure they’re not wasting time,” the woman said in the clip. Then, The candidate will regret this detail.
There is no further reference to the story, but What turned out to be enough to garner over 700,000 views and thousands of comments. The content creators of the TikTok account that exposed the matter urged the virtual community to share their own experiences.
Thanks to him, other equally strange stories became known: “I interviewed for a job that wanted to record my therapy sessions to ‘review’ myself. i was like no it was really weird, “I was interviewed for a position that had no openings. I couldn’t even ask permission to go to the doctor, I shadowed the interviewer ”; “About a year and a half ago, I interviewed for the company that makes the software (that takes pictures every nine minutes),” wrote members of the virtual community.
On the other hand, there were those who were afraid to even think about what it would be like to work while being photographed: “After the birth of my child I pumped milk while connecting at home to my laptop …”; ,my remote employer would have pictures of me crying because i hated the job so much”, he assured.
eventually, Attendees advising all applicants for remote jobs, They were given a few options of what to do if they came across a company that wanted to take pictures of them to make sure they were really doing their job. “Don’t work for someone who wants to record you at home”; “Get another computer. Record yourself commuting/working, then play the video in a loop in front of the camera working”; “I’d go in for interviews and ask them about it,” he remarked.