Author: Created: 7/31/2008 9:07 AM
By Jeremy J. Glowacki June 11, 2014
I get a lot of offers to interview folks after they’ve been hired to a new job. Usually, due to time constraints, I take a pass because the press release already has enough information in it for the time being, and I’ve found that other than making a personal connection with someone new, details about future plans are pretty sketchy.

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