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I’m the manager at a branch location of a family owned retail garden center.
I wanted to ask if you had any advice a situation that I came across recently involving a candidate who I had decided to hire.
The one that really threw me off was gym membership. (Unless you were a personal trainer or something else relevant.) No, that’s totally weird.
Some employers offer subsidized or discounted gym membership as part of their benefits package, but they either offer it or they don’t; it’s not the sort of thing people generally negotiate individually for themselves. If I told an interviewer that my biggest weakness during an interview is that I am very hard on myself and I continue to feel like I can do a better job and continue to strive for better performance of myself in my career, how would that come across during an interview?
Eventually she will find out about my new job as we have mutual friends, but how should I handle letting her know that I cannot vouch for her?
And whether or not she does this, if she drops your name to a hiring manager, you should be honest: “Jane and I did work together, but she’s not someone I’d recommend hiring” (and then explain why). Negotiating a gym membership as part of a job offer I’m in the interview process with a company for a job I’m really interested in, and things seem to be going well.
I’m optimistic about my chances, and expect a job offer in the next week or so if things continue to go well.
They’re pretty basic “I’ll be leaving company X for company Y.
If you need to get in touch with me in the future, here’s how” kind of stuff.
Notifying my network that I’m changing jobs I’ve been struggling with something for a few days now and I’m hoping you can help.