On Friday, August 11, 2006 DaveK wrote:
> Situation one.
> The hiring manager has dinner with the first
> candidate. When he sees the candidate putting pepper
> in his soup without touching it, he doesn't even take
> a look at his resume, and ask him to leave.
>
> The hiring manager has dinner with a second candidate.
> When he sees the candidate putting pepper in his soup
> without touching it, he gives him a job, being sure
> that this person would be a fine addition to his team.
>
> What is the difference in the two scenarios?
>
That's an easy one!

In the first scenario resulted in the candidate is dismissed.  In the second
scenario the candidate is hired.

..Bill!

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