People call out CEO’s behavior that humiliated job applicants

6 people went in for an interview and were told to wait. And boy did they wait. Hours later most of them went running for the door.

A job interview is an interview consisting of a conversation between a job applicant and a representative of an employer which is conducted to assess whether the applicant should be hired. Interviews are one of the most popularly used devices for employee selection, according to Wikipedia.

However that doesn’t seem to be the case for a job interview so bad that most applicants walked out.

Someone has shared a job interview that was so horrible it has revived memories of some of the things employers ask candidate to do. SEE BELOW

employee test

A screenshot of the job has gone viral, getting worldwide attraction and tons of empathetic comments, that suggested the prospective boss in this workplace is the worst.

Many said it’s an experience they can relate to while others offered advice as to what applicants should do faced with a similar situation.
That job wasn’t for me. Period.

Sounds like a test to how much disrespect you can take. That is not respecting the interviewees time. People have kids, family and other obligations to attend to. Hopefully no one ever has to work for an Org that is this disrespectful to them!! ☝🏾

Wait a minute…6 people came and 3 left but then 2 got the job so…isn’t there somebody missing?? What happened to that person?

What happen to the last person 😳…was he the boss!? Is this a test? Is this an interview 😫🤦🏽‍♂️


I would have been gone. That’s a test of accepting inconsiderate, irresponsible and abusive behavior. It certainly not a sign of a professional organization. What if the person had other responsibilities like children to attend to?
First of all without a logical explanation I would’ve been gone by 7:45. Interviews are a 2way street I know my worth + if you can’t offer me professionalism + respect my time goodjollybye!! For you to now be coming to do “test of patience” on payday ?? People have bills to pay + things to do PERIODT Pooh.

Dear Classic 105 fam, have you heard of or experienced a job interview so horrible that the applicants had to walk out?

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Research: Night shifts and jet lag fuel tumor growth

Working night shifts and having jet lag may make tumors grow faster by ‘turning on’ genes, new research suggests.

Disrupting the circadian rhythms that fuel our sleeping and waking cycles may ‘turn on’ genes that encourage cancer cells to multiply and ‘turn off’ the ones that block tumor growth, according to the new University of Pennsylvania study.

That means that simply keeping sleep schedules steady may help to cut cancer risks.

And the researchers even believe that timing cancer treatments correctly could make them more effective.


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Long before cell phone screens, fluorescent lights and the 24-hour news cycle, the human schedule was dictated by light and dark.

And try as we might to overcome nature with technology, our bodies still operate according to circadian rhythms, waves of sleeping and waking that regulate many of the body’s other processes.

These rhythms flow in a 24 hour cycle and are sometimes referred to as the internal clock.

But they are triggered by fluctuations in certain hormones that are, in turn, responsive to environmental cues, most notably light.

So when we force ourselves to stay up late into the night, or to do waking behaviors during dark hours, the body winds up fighting itself and the processes that would naturally occur at night.

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For example, women who do shift work are at five to 20 percent greater risk of developing breast cancer than the general population.

The same hormones that tell our body when to sleep also have effects on tumors.

In other words, the disruption accelerates cell division and, therefore, tumor growth.

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Scientists have already developed a drug that blocks the activity of that second protein, which is used in tumor fighting.

In fact, the team’s findings suggest that ‘chornotherapy’ or time-based cancer treatment might be able to supercharge drugs and techniques used to fight tumors.

Night Shift work and jet lags may make tumors grow faster by ‘turning on’ genes, new research suggests. Disrupted sleep patterns may turn on cancer genes.



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