Imagine getting a job offer and going to sign the paperwork to make it official, only to learn that your new bosses changed their minds. Well, it’s a bit more complicated than that. It’s not exactly that they changed their minds, but it’s more that they didn’t exactly review the availability you put down on your initial application carefully enough. Clearly, they wanted someone with full-time availability for a part-time position, a classic move from employers who have no moral code.
This thread was posted to Reddit by u/skyhawk214, who shared the initial job offer they received via email before the offer was immediately rescinded. We empathize with OP’s frustration here, as this is not the first time we’ve come across a story where a job applicant made something clear from the very beginning and that was not honored. We should all know by now that an interview process is a two-way street, and both parties should make their intentions and expectations clear from the get-go to have a smooth hiring process. Unsurprisingly, it turns out that it’s harder to get that transparency from potential employers than anyone else.
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