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Company Boss Exposes Lying Job Seeker Who Couldn’t Attend Interview Because His Grandma Had Died

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Company Boss Exposes Lying Job Seeker Who Couldn’t Attend Interview Because His Grandma Had Died

Never lie to your boss, it doesn’t worth it a bit!

A company CEO has been praised for exposing a job seeker who lied about why he couldn’t show up for an interview via a hilarious Facebook post.

Darren Street, the CEO was told by a prospective employee that he couldn’t make it to the arranged meeting because his grandmother had passed away.

Being a kind-hearted boss, Darren then decides to send a sympathy card to his home address as well as giving the interview a 5days in advance.

Darren, 45, Boss of spear recruitment Ltd was told by a prospective employee that he couldn’t make it to the arranged meeting because his grandmother had passed away

CEO Darren Street Gave A Full Brief:

‘We always contact the candidate 24hours before their due date for an interview and also on the morning of their interview. It ensures us they are going to attend. Needless to say, this particular candidate didn’t, however, take my call the day before and on the morning of the interview he didn’t take my call and ignored my text messages.’

‘But then, out of nowhere, he sent me a text message saying sorry I have not been in contact. I have had some devastating news my grandma passed away suddenly yesterday, hence I have not been able to take your calls nor respond up until now.’

‘Immediately, I text back saying ‘No need to explain, I sincerely understand your circumstances. So, I decided to send a sympathy card to the candidate.’

Not long after, it appeared the job seeker had a go at Darren, 45, Boss of spear recruitment Ltd as the job seeker wife saw the card exposing his dishonesty.

Mr. Darren then again shared their text exchange:

‘Can I ask you why you sent a sympathy card to my home?’ The job seeker asked.

Then Mr. Darren responded: ‘You told me that your grandma had passed away hence you could not attend the interview….’  

Astonished by the candidate lie, Darren pictured with wife shared the conversation on social media and received support from users who read the post

‘The funniest thing I have ever read.’ a user identified as Martin Scott said.

Another added – Jack Haynes: ‘Never lie to the boss, this serves him right.’

‘That’s the culture of today, far easier to blame than taking responsibility.’ Chris Fee commented.

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