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DrFirst

I was asked to explain why I allowed my company to go under. She fired off numerous challenging, negatively phrased questions assuming she was right and I was wrong about everything. This woman seemed to have preconceived ideas about my prior employers without knowing anything about those businesses. Her attitude was argumentative from the moment she laid eyes on me. I could never work with someone like this, she seems to be a poor listener with a short temper.

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No... DrFirst is a hostile and unprofessional environment. I can tell you this after having worked there.

Mark op

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This is very true. I interviewed for a Sales position in 2012. Went through two interviews (phone and in person) and then went fine. The last two in person interviews were a terror. The individuals that I spoke to were some of the rudest, nastiest, most unprofessional people that I've ever met. It is definitely a unhealthy work environment. I ended up getting a better job soon afterwards.

Candidate in 2012 op

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This is very true. I interviewed for a Sales position in 2012. Went through two interviews (phone and in person) and then went fine. The last two in person interviews were a terror. The individuals that I spoke to were some of the rudest, nastiest, most unprofessional people that I've ever met. It is definitely a unhealthy work environment. I ended up getting a better job soon afterwards.

Candidate in 2012 op

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This is very true. I interviewed for a Sales position in 2012. Went through two interviews (phone and in person) and then went fine. The last two in person interviews were a terror. The individuals that I spoke to were some of the rudest, nastiest, most unprofessional people that I've ever met. It is definitely a unhealthy work environment. I ended up getting a better job soon afterwards.

Candidate in 2012 op

1

I actually had a very similar experience with this woman and I stopped the interview and walked out. She feels very threatened by people who have more experience than she does, and I suspect nepotism is the reason for her employment there.

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I too had a similar experience. Looking back, I am thankful to have had it, so I could avoid what is clearly a toxic culture with nepotism running rampant.

Anoniem op

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Perhaps this was a test or an interviewing strategy but I don't want to work for a place that plays tricks on people.

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