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

That went well...

The interview went fairly well. It ran really long because a great deal of time was spent chatting and generally shooting the shit. The guy I'd be replacing and I got on okay. He strikes me as that serious dependable sort that doesn't go in for frivolity, but the owner is much more laid back, and we got on famously.

Unfortunately, "When can you start?" wasn't asked, but they did ask about how my moving plans would impact working there, which strikes me as being a bit foresightful for someone that they don't want.

Most importantly, they said, was finding someone that could be happy there, and that would fit in. Well, I've got the fit in pretty well down I think.

At any rate, I'm looking foward to working there. I'm feeling pretty good about my chances. I'm feeling really good about my chances.
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