Eun Hwan Ki is just introverted, but everyone thinks he is a cold, prickly, arrogant grouch.
But if that’s not an option, he still might appreciate the chance to build his resume; you should just be up-front if you can’t pay him more, and let him decide for himself if it’s worth it to him or not.) Basically, think through what the options might be, present them to him, and let him weigh in on what would make him the happiest. The behavior, technical, and simulation-job-responsibility portions of the interview were all above average, and the candidate had some relevant experience that showed.
They were well-spoken and outgoing, both of which are important for the position.
As such, they weren’t lying, but a hiring manager is very concerned about the number of failed courses, even if they later passed most of them. Would you hire a candidate that interviewed well upon finding out that they had failed multiple somewhat relevant courses?
Worth noting is that while this major is a plus, it is not a requirement for their position. I feel that one way, we may be passing on a solid candidate haunted by tough times or poor decisions, but the other way, we risk hiring someone who can’t follow through or is willing to sweep negatives under the rug — a problem in any industry, but especially for their potential position. So I don’t think this candidate was shady or misleading.
For example, you might be able to offer to let him come in later or leave early when his workload allows it.
Or if his workflow would make that tricky to do, maybe he’d be happy to have your blessing to use his downtime to pursue his own projects (whether it’s reading or studying a subject he’s interested in or whatever).
He said he was planning on proposing to my report and wanted to get my permission before he did.
I had no idea why he would ask me, and he explained that his girlfriend was raised by her mother after her father divorced her when she was pregnant and her mother only had help from her unmarried sisters and widowed mother and said I’m the closest thing she has to a father figure.
Chae Ro Woon sets her eyes on Eun Hwan Ki and now has one goal in life: expose the big boss man for who he really is and take her revenge.
Eun Yi Soo (Gong Seung Yeon from ) is a chaebol heiress who has been engaged for three long years. However, even though she can be a legitimate celebrity, Eun Yi Soo has no desire to stand out or be the center of attention.
At first, I was shocked and dismayed by the apparent lie: no way those F’s lead to that GPA.