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6091 Administrative Assistant – Los Angeles, CA
Growing company is looking for a candidate with a positive & friendly attitude and the ability to communicate clearly with all levels of the company. Reporting into the Development Director.
6134 Executive Assistant, Orange County
Primary support to the CFO, Managing Director and Vice President in addition to providing firm wide assistance. Management of professional calendars, including coordination and scheduling of meetings, including investment meetings.
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Dinner out with business associates, potential clients, and co-workers is quite common in the corporate world. In fact, extending an invite to the person’s spouse is also normal. I was shocked when a candidate who was going to become a potential manager/partner, in the interview process and close to an offer, got offended by our client asking if he and his spouse would like to, “Go to dinner?”
He acted indignant and shocked. I was told it was inappropriate and asked, “Is my spouse interviewing for the job?” No, it was just dinner and then it got WEIRD. Really WEIRD.
My client was just extending a friendly offer for them to all get to know each other better. It was a small firm and they get together often. It had nothing to do with the spouse’s race, sex, education, looks, gender, interviewing the spouse, etc. It was just dinner. A basic civil small talk dinner to meet and see if a future partnership could be made. Dinner.
The offer was pulled, the hope of a new employee was smashed and I was relieved. Can you imagine the dinner conversation had they met?
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