My name is Tangy Brown and I am currently working as a contractor through Kforce onsite at Kaiser Permanente in Atlanta, Georgia. I am an administrative professional with experience supporting corporate executives.
While I’ve often been frustrated in my quest for a permanent position, I also find humor in the stories I hear from others. I hope you enjoy this presentation.
Believe it or not, I’ve conducted more than one interview where the candidate showed up with a friend, child or other family member. While accepting an application and prescreening for a landscape crew member, one candidate, a high school dropout came with his mother. She insisted that though he had no experience, he should be paid no less than $15.00 per hour.
If you want to know how soon you’ll get vacation time and the company’s policy on coming to work late, ask this on the interview. Hiring managers don’t like it when people spend time asking about company benefits.
The result…you’ll know about benefits that you’ll never be offered.