How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Interviewedness..., the position I'm going for is actually replacing a guy who's retiring, and it's never been an official position any more. I can tell that they're actually kinda panicked about it, because they really have no idea what to do after he's gone, in October. The interview went well, I was, like I always am, honest and upfront. I have a theory that it works better than sycophanty.

So, I wait for a callback to the second interview, which will be with the chap I'm replacing, and the owner of Adams, one Pat Adams. Yes, it is family owned.

Hopefully, I get this. I really want it.

Meanwhile, this debate is amusing me.

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