Dating new thread
I wanted to ask if you had any advice a situation that I came across recently involving a candidate who I had decided to hire.He was very friendly during the interview, answered all my questions, seemed qualified and even sent a thank you note.AN fittings are a flare fitting, using 37° flared tubing to form a metal-metal seal.
I’m the manager at a branch location of a family owned retail garden center.
Eventually she will find out about my new job as we have mutual friends, but how should I handle letting her know that I cannot vouch for her?
What should I tell the hiring manager when she, inevitably, drops my name?
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.
I guess the saving grace of this is that he only lasted for another four hours and then quit because the job turned out to be “more physically demanding than he expected.” But what would be your advice for handling a situation with an employee who shows a red flag right after the hiring process is completed?