"I’m not wanted in this state." “I’m not wanted in this state.” “How many young women work here” “I didn’t steal it; I just borrowed it.” “You touch somebody and they call it sexual harassment!” “I’ve never heard such a stupid question.” Believe it or not, the above statements weren’t overhead in bars or random conversations — they were said in job interviews. Watch man sing his resume to get an interview » Maybe you were nervous, you thought the employer would appreciate your honesty, or maybe you just have no boundaries. Whatever the reason, you can be certain that you shouldn’t tell an interviewer that it’s probably best if they don’t do a background check on you
Workers in France have released four managers they had been holding hostage for more than 24 hours. The workers at a Caterpillar factory in Grenoble, southeastern France, were protesting 700 job cuts and the layoff package offered to them.