Meet the Bold Knot, the World’s Fastest Charger on a Keychain.
The Bold Knot is an incredibly sleek and stylish top-up battery pack designed to provide heavy smartphone users an end of the day emergency boost. Just connect the Bold Knot to your iPhone or Android and enjoy 3 hours worth of charge to your smartphone battery.
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These interview horror stories will make you cringe, laugh and then laugh some more.
This dance went viral a few years ago now; the craze saw companies, sporting teams and friends all filming their own videos.
This interview horror story was set in Florida, where a candidate was flown to participate in an extensive two-day interview. Fast-forward now to day one of the interview process about an hour in. The entire office was called into a meeting room, including the candidate for an exciting marketing announcement.
The organisations marketing team wanted to film a Harlem Shake Video - You know, to jump on the viral sensation and try and appear on trend.
Sadly, they made participating in the video compulsory for all staff in the meeting room. AWKWARD!
It’s hard to think of a worse situation to be thrown into, than doing the Harlem Shake an hour in to your job interview.
A candidate had done all the correct things by arriving early for their job interview. They thought they could use the extra time to quickly check how they looked before starting their interview. As the candidate was standing in front of the mirror fixing their makeup in the bathroom, a female employee of the company walked in. They exchanged smiles, as you do, and the lady proceeded straight into the cubicle.
The candidate claims to have never heard, nor smelt anything quiet as revolting as she did at that moment. The employee was releasing volatile, explosive farts; the odour that partnered was unbearable and the candidate rushed out of the bathroom and sat in the foyer.
Shortly after this, the unaware receptionist ushered the candidate into the interview room, where she was told the hiring manager would meet her shortly.
Take one guess at who walked into the room?
The employee with explosive diarrhoea was in actual fact the interviewer. It was completely obvious from how red the interviewer was that she also recognised the candidate from the bathroom.
A candidate was in the boardroom with a bunch of executives, who were firing questions from all directions.
Out of nowhere an employee jumped out of their seat screaming FIRE! The rest of the employees in the boardroom followed suit and ran around outrageously. The candidate’s natural reaction in this scenario was to call 911 on their mobile.
Suddenly nobody was running around anymore, as they informed the candidate that this was a test. They requested for the candidate to call back the fire brigade and say it was a false alarm, and that it was unnecessary going to that extent.
Since the advertised position had no mention or relation to being a fire warden or a member of the safety team, the candidate refused.
Instead they just got up and left, telling them to explain the misunderstanding when the fire brigade arrived.
An interview was going great; the candidate seemed nice and had all the skills and experience the company were after. The interviewer was trying to relax the candidate with a question that wasn’t challenging or requiring a response other than the obvious.
Q. “What is the last professional book you have read?”
The candidate replied, 50 Shades of Grey. The interviewer was too scared to ask how that linked back to their professional life.
What other professional experience did the candidate have, that they hadn’t listed on their resume?
Please share your craziest interview experience, no matter which side of the table you were sitting on.