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You have three good candidates who seemed enthusiastic about the job and then withdrew when asked to meet this guy for lunch.That’s a pretty strong indicator that he should drop the lunch idea. I have interviewed three great candidates, and they are happy about the opportunity—until the client says that he wants to interview them at a steak restaurant. However, my latest client is a single man who is hiring an administrative person (higher than a clerk but not a manager).Sam also brought Luke to the Outlander premiere and several private parties. After this trip, the gay rumors about Sam were everywhere and Luke -an actor and writer- deleted ALL his SM.
A popular thread has a lot of posts because it's popular.I also highly doubt whatever salary "earned" by the beard is being diverted from the show's production budget.I'm also guessing it isn't all that much in actual money.(Unless perhaps you’re in a very conservative region that thinks it’s odd for a single man to have a business lunch with a woman?
Hopefully you’re not because that’s pretty oppressive, but if you are, it would be smart to take that into account.) I do think that if your client is running a small business, savvy candidates will be particularly attentive to signs that he might be operating outside of standard business conventions and/or that he might not respect normal professional boundaries (which can be common with small business owners).That's why they're dressing him like a preppy frat boy now. If he gets more mainstream famous ,there's going to be more scrutiny on him.USA articles talks about how refreshing Sam has no scandals -could be just cause no one was interested before -except DLI was underwhelmed by last night's premiere - there, I said it.A lunch interview at a restaurant isn’t outside of professional norms, but if candidates are already picking up on other signs of boundary issues, it’s possible this is the clincher for them.