r/Askreddit What's The Worst Job Interview You've Ever Had?

r/Askreddit In today's episode we've got stories of people who endure some of the worst job interview experiences imaginable -- including some stories from yours truly, rSlash! I once got dragged around a strange town for a whole day, unpaid, while some guy tried to convince me to do a sales job after I expressly told the interview people that I do not want a sales job. Do you have any terrible interview stories?

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  • I realized while rercording this that I have not one but TWO terrible interview stories. What's your terrible interview experience?

    rSlashrSlash5 сарын өмнө
    • When I was younger and had less experience, I went to the selection process for one of those phone selling companies from those teleshopping/infomercial things. They tried to teach us how to relentessly push people into buying the product and sidestep any defects it could have. It was an entire week of selection, which started with the classic group interviews with questions, and then they'd give us some documentation and quiz us. The last test was a roleplay of the selling process and I aced all tests until this. I couldn't bring myself to act like I wanted to force people onto products they didn't want (I had to call these people) and didn't get selected. It's been like... a decade, and I am still grateful I didn't get that job.

      LucyLucy8 өдрийн өмнө
    • Wow!!

      Katherine KnappKatherine Knapp3 сарын өмнө
    • Went in for a interview last summer for a daycare job and was told to dress nice so I did. Went I walked inside the building the person who was interviewing me had clothes that looked like they cut it up and skin was showing everywhere, let alone her skirt was very short. place seemed dirty and just overall nasty. glad I didn't get it because months later the place went down hill and they got into legal trouble and something else happened but I cant remember what. Found out by a friend of a friend that they were being mean to her kid and other parents kids As well.

      AaronneedsthespamAaronneedsthespam3 сарын өмнө
    • I broke down sobbing in the middle of an interview for the dollar store. Why? I didn't realize it then, but I was having a mental breakdown under the stress of everything going on at the time. I mean I was ugly crying, snot bubbles, the whole nine yards. What's worse, I was so detached from myself, I was just as confused as the interviewer as to why I the topic of restocking made me suddenly start weeping. I got angry with myself, which I'm sure made me look like a crazy person... I still got the job...

      Newie HamiltonNewie Hamilton4 сарын өмнө
    • Basically asking for $11 hr was the worst thing I could do in the interview. I was called for the interview the day I put in the application my preferred wage was $11-12 hr. And when it was brought up i mentioned that he rudely said well the wage is $10 if that's not enough for me I was wasting his time. Basically interview ended there and he said to call if I wanted the Job, did not call. A few side notes the website did not have a wage posted on their application site and the hiring manager for the department was rude pretty much the whole interview.

      cozy mellonscozy mellons5 сарын өмнө
  • I suppose the "what would you like to avoid" is something like "what are you willing to take from your bosses" Today I'd say something like: "My responsibilities not being clear; I don't mind to flexibilize what I have to do, but I need to be made clear where what I have or don't have to do starts and ends, even if it changes over time. Over the past I've been asked to pressure other people with whom I have no right or authority to do certain work and I'd like to avoid that. Unless I actually have the authority to boss over people I am not going to do it. And of course, any doubtful or illegal activities."

    LucyLucy8 өдрийн өмнө
  • I was at an interview at one end of a long table with like 12 people facing me. Things seemed to be going well, and then I let out that I had been laid off (which was a lie, I had been fired). Everybody jerks their head toward me and someone says, "Laid off?" At that point all the air drained out of the room. My choice was either to slink out, or admit I had lied and I was really fired. I chose the former. I didn't vocally concede but they sensed it was over and escorted me out of the room in short order.

    Souris VoleurSouris Voleur11 өдрийн өмнө
  • I was having a bad day until rSlash started giggling uncontrollably, thanks for that, now I'm all smiles

    Nevin ParkerNevin Parker15 өдрийн өмнө
  • Sorry,we let you come in for the interview by accident...but we want you anyway!

    ShadowShadow24 өдрийн өмнө
  • When RSlash laughs... I laugh.

    MANB91UKMANB91UK25 өдрийн өмнө
  • 15:00

    Mira _Mira _Сарын өмнө
  • 15:00

    Mira _Mira _Сарын өмнө
  • r/

    Војислав ЂорђевићВојислав ЂорђевићСарын өмнө
  • I remember I was stupid enough to get sucked into a job interview that took me out on the road with this guy that sold paintings to hotels… After the very first hotel visit I told him I wasn’t the least bit interested and to take me back to the office… He said I would have to drive around with him all day long until he was finished… He went to the second hotel went in and gave his sales pitch… When he came back he found five broken paintings next to his car… The glass over top of the paintings with broken… I asked him to take me back to the office or he would get more broken paintings every time he stopped at a hotel… He said I was going to have to pay for those I said no no I I asked to be taken back to my car so I could drive home… You refused which is basically kidnapping… He took me back without any more complaints

    Robert CarterRobert CarterСарын өмнө
  • My worst job interview was at an ihop. We sat down, the guy scowled as he looked me over and said "Are you an immigrant?" That was the end of that.

    crankyheroncrankyheronСарын өмнө
  • I once applied for an AA position for a medical practice. I was 21 and recently married. I was interviewed by 4 doctors. 2 doctors repeatedly asked me when I intended to start a famiky. Finally, I asked, "I thought this is a general practitioner office, not an obstetrician or pediatrician office. Am I wrong?" The doctor was speechless. My interview ended. Unfortunately, my next 3 -4 interviews that spring were much the same. Yes, this was illegal at the time, but my state was apparently still living in the 50s. Until... summer... when I landed a job as the 2nd female attendant at one of the nearly turned self-service gasoline stations in a 5 state area. Not much, but a challenge. Inequality for women had apparently ended at the start of summer. Yippee! Spring 1979 may you forever RIP

    Computer GalComputer GalСарын өмнө
  • Wonder what that interviewer with the whole Hersheys/Snickers trial would've done if some would've said no twice and then at her high pitched insistence said, "No, I can't. I'm diabetic!" Thwarted.

    Computer GalComputer GalСарын өмнө
  • My terrible interview was years ago now but I still remember it to this day I'm now 66 years old and retired , I lived in a nice quiet part of Kent England and was looking to find a job in London with a view to move to London for better Opportunities , so I look hard for a job in London I'm a hard working person and take a job very serious and don't fool around or slack off , However this one job I applied for in barking London seem well within my knowledge and after receiving the job spec , It appeared a lot of hard work would be needed and I was up for the challenge ( now the worst interview ever possible ) I took a train from Kent to London so I was there in plenty of time so as not to be late (which was my custom as I couldn't ever stand being late for an interview or going in to work as a matter of respect for my employer or future employer , So the train journey took 3/4 of an hour to an hour to get there I was in London hanging around for at least two hour's before the interview (fast forward) on arrival I told the receptionist I was there for an interview my name E,t,c, I took a seat where told to and waited for my turn, this took another 1/2 hour at least (bit of background here it was a council office's large very impressive look very clean and smelt clean I was in my medium expense suit and tie and even if I do say so my self looked very professional and clean )and I 'm always respectful and polite (no Karen or Kevin here) well my time come to be interviewed I was eager and excited and was looking forward to a good grilling of my knowledge and work experience all so as I was the type of person who would go that extra mile in any job I performed ( note that the spec they sent me was full to the top with the work I would be expected to do (I was fine with this as I never liked doing nothing and would prefer to keep busy ) I was lead to an council chamber which was huge not an office which I expected( this will make sense later) So there I was in this great hall (imagine a large assembly hall at school )Right at the far end was (if I can remember clearly was three to four people sitting at a large table spread across the width of the hall come to think could even have been five people ) which from entering the hall was the length of at least a football pitch I was directed to a single solitary chair in the middle (hard backed) just inside the door could have been 20 or 30 feet away from there table ( point to note at this time I thought I was being interrogated and was wondering what the hell I had done wrong and was I in the right place ) I remember thinking at this point that the only thing missing was the electric shock treatment, handcuffs , good cop bad cop , well I took my seat and I could hardly hear what the people were saying to me but managed to get 89% to 99% I think as there were so far away ,so in the loudest voice I could manage answered there questions ( now comes the stupid bit I gathered from this firing of questions and my replies, they had about another two A4 sheets of paper to add extra work to the already heavy laden work load of which i had been sent throw the post including they expected me to go home around 1 or 2 in the afternoon and come back at 5 or 6 everyday and work till approx 8 or10 of a night and thats after starting at 6 in the morning ( now point of fact here the wages were not bad but not good also ) and to have to travel through London (if I moved to London to take the job during some of the busy times and get back to start work again would have been almost impossible unless I live two yards down the road ) so all in all impossible to do , so By this time I had as they say had enough of this BS ,and stood up told them I would not be taking the job and the reason was = I'd given was after thinking of all the hard work I was suppose to do I'd would need to stick a broom up my arse and sweep the floor as I went to even get half of it done and with no breaks or sleep to complete it .....end one very bad interview ( I still say to this day thank god I didn't find out afterwards about all the extra work and bad times to work in ) sorry so long but all true and worth it !!!

    Ted ButlerTed ButlerСарын өмнө
  • You have such infectious laughter, I cant help but smile 😄

    00_juicebug_0000_juicebug_00Сарын өмнө
  • Just read it dont like listening to a person laughing for 2 mins

    itsjustyourboi UwUitsjustyourboi UwU2 сарын өмнө
  • rSlash can you cover r/rpghorrorstories in the future please

    Captain EvildjdudeCaptain Evildjdude2 сарын өмнө
  • I dont know about other countries but in my country its actually illegal to ask about personal believes, plans for the personal future or anything that digs into personal stuff it is however legal to lie about these things to the bosses face, as these questions dont necessarily symbolize your work-ethics and since they are illegal you cant really be blamed for these things later on, after all the interviewer would incriminate himself by saying he asked these specific questions.

    Kisara SheraKisara Shera2 сарын өмнө
  • I love your videos. They are the best. I listen to them every day.

    Alex ColmanAlex Colman2 сарын өмнө
  • You cracking up while reading is THE best part of the video. Keeps it real. I'm still laughing about you laughing

    F ZF Z2 сарын өмнө
  • Technically, you’re still a salesman. When you’re sponsored, of course.

    Jack HolmJack Holm2 сарын өмнө
  • With the law interview with the questions about human rights sounds like how law goes

    Ryan PattersonRyan Patterson2 сарын өмнө
  • Crazy and funny

    Katherine KnappKatherine Knapp3 сарын өмнө
  • This is my daily routine... R/

    Nilla GavrishchukNilla Gavrishchuk3 сарын өмнө
  • I love this video comes with ads for indeed. Lmao. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    Random RamblingsRandom Ramblings3 сарын өмнө
  • Went to the interview and after 3 questions the person got a call, stood up said I will be right back and I sat in their office for the next 45 minutes waiting for them to return and when they came back asked me one more question and said your good to go we would like to hire you.

    MT SteelMT Steel3 сарын өмнө
  • My worst experience, had so many red flags. - the interviewer forgot they had an interview with me. I was stuck out in the cold until they came back from lunch. - the interviewer never seen my CV until that moment. - they asked if I ever worked at a McDonald's. This job was a electrical wire manufacturer. Their excuse was that everyone at some point worked at McDonald's. - kept referring to another position and saying stuff along the lines 'im not saying you can do this other job but we are looking for a man since it has a lot of physical labor. Were not saying a girl can't do it'

    KyburusKyburus3 сарын өмнө
  • New way to end videos: r/Laughterbloopers

    LanaLana3 сарын өмнө
  • I almost chocked on a banana at 8:29

    Nash YTNash YT3 сарын өмнө
  • Yo that thing with the sales happened to me they fooled me all the way till my first day. I felt like a fool. I quit 5 hours in.

    Gravityfighters1Gravityfighters13 сарын өмнө
  • The story wasn’t even THAT funny, but hearing rslash not being able to get it together cracked me. His laugh is the best

    Bambix xBambix x3 сарын өмнө
  • Either those interviewers were genuinely interested what you do - or- "That person has hobby of making youtube channels. We could use that to make us good pr for free."

    BunditBundit4 сарын өмнө
  • moski_likes_skiingmoski_likes_skiing4 сарын өмнө
  • You laughing uncontrollably absolutely killed me 😂 I couldn’t stop laughing LOL

    Mary WebbMary Webb4 сарын өмнө
  • I mean a fart is a perfectly valid answer to a question, not a good answer, but still an answer nonetheless.

    Sniperification100Sniperification1004 сарын өмнө
  • In the early 90's, I had to restrain myself from beating the crap out of an interviewer who didn't like the fact that I grew up on a farm and had a higher standard of morals as a result than he did. He was a real male Karen! What was the job? A fast food joint...

    VMartin70VMartin704 сарын өмнө
  • No offense rslash but reading reddit stories is not creative. Its maybe good organization skills but you are not creating anything. And i love your videos... just being real

    Bacon89Bacon894 сарын өмнө
  • bruh

    Lukas ReimerLukas Reimer4 сарын өмнө
  • Thank you for not cutting out the laughters

    Shub NiggurathShub Niggurath4 сарын өмнө
  • you know taxis existed long long before uber XD

    Mr MoydMr Moyd4 сарын өмнө
  • Worst job interview I had was actually just an MLM pitch.

    EvilBobEvilBob4 сарын өмнө
  • "Are you experienced? " Who are you? Jim Hendrix?

    Chloe CookChloe Cook4 сарын өмнө
  • Rslash is not broke but broken

    La Big BandeLa Big Bande4 сарын өмнө
  • Thought you laughed hard, rSlash? Consider this.... You completely missed the fact that you lost your composure over the idea of someone farting at an interview and the very next post you read was by.... PM_Skunk.

    Dana JorgensenDana Jorgensen4 сарын өмнө
  • Am I stupid, or is the first one actually a good tactic?

    Ender - A játék az életemEnder - A játék az életem4 сарын өмнө
  • The door to door salesman one, I was in that position.... I wasted an entire VALENTINES day, with this jerk who kept telling the same stupid story to every single store, and then couldn't figure out why he couldn't sell the product. It was a lantern that you could work with a remote. He kept saying "I like to set it up, and hit the button really fast like a strobe light, it gives my dog seizures, and is hours of entertainment... my dog hates me" EVERY.... SINGLE.... STORE.... for 6 hours! I finally asked him why he keeps telling the same stupid story, and he said "because it's funny, and it will sell the product.... all those guys just don't have a sense of humor" when we got back to "headquarters" the guy who interviewed me said "so? What do you think? You ready for your own route?" Is looked hay him and horror and said "yeah, I'm not walking around the high desert pedaling a bunch of crap no one wants. BUT there's a homeless man by the freeway you can try".

    Jennifer RobbinsJennifer Robbins4 сарын өмнө
  • There's this one, it wasn't the worst but it was weird when I was asked what kind of animal I'm like. I physically cringed because the first thing that came to mind was - wolf. So I was pretty sure I blew the interview but the next day they offered me a job at a different store which was closer to where I lived

    Simon KennedySimon Kennedy4 сарын өмнө
  • Never never never never agree to let them drive you to another location during a job interview. This is one tactic those shady door-to-door sales companies are notorious for doing, and you'll be trapped there unless you have some way to get back to your car. It's also very unsafe if you happen to be a young woman being driven who-knows-where by some man you just met.

    Joe MamaJoe Mama4 сарын өмнө
  • Stop laughing for fuck shake

    NikosNikos4 сарын өмнө
  • This is my terrible interview story.... there was a job i applied for, something to do with re-supplying foodstuffs for the Airport. I assumed being a high security type of job that the pay would be reasonable, it was not. During the interview i was informed of the pay rate and i had to ask again a couple of times if i was hearing them correctly type of low pay rate!! I straight away stood up and said, sorry this job is not for me, thank you for your time etc etc but honestly i was quite annoyed that they had wasted my time with this idiocy. Then they started saying that i will be making most of my money in other ways, but they were not specific about how, anyway i was done with them at this point and was already heading for the door. If they are going to insult me to my face with such a ridiculously low pay rate, i have no further time for them, honestly. A few months later it was all over the news, these people got busted for importing illegal goods through their food service company at the airport, and that is how i would have been making 'extra money' and today i would be in jail if i took that job!!!

    ClancyClancy4 сарын өмнө
  • I think what confuses me more than any of the others is the Hershey's/Snickers situation. You could change the setting to Kindergarten, Where The Mean Girl Suddenly Starts Acting Like Your Friend, and the situation, while confusing, would actually manage to make a little more sense.

    Arcanine-EspeonArcanine-Espeon4 сарын өмнө
  • So I was listening and not watching so I had no idea what the sentence was that he was laughing over and an ad played at the best possible time with really calm like vocals singing ‘Ooh hold on’ and here I am gardening like Wait What? “So i guess this would sounds like ‘I can’t answer your questions’ FART NOISE Oooohh Hoold Oooooonnnn” and I’m just really confused

    Nicole SimmonsNicole Simmons4 сарын өмнө
  • I had a job interview where they asked me what did I think was my worst trait. I told them 'My honesty' They said... 'We don't think honesty is a bad trait' I said 'I don't give a f*ck what you think' 😜

    MustangWriterMustangWriter4 сарын өмнө
  • 8:28 I'm imagining rslash trying not to laugh while playing cards against humanity

    Josh_the_ jesterJosh_the_ jester4 сарын өмнө
  • 6:35 there are some things left out, but this sounded like a pyramid scheme

    Josh_the_ jesterJosh_the_ jester4 сарын өмнө
  • I think the owner in the last one was just trying to redecorate with all the red flags he was putting out.

    Adam The ConfusedAdam The Confused4 сарын өмнө
  • One time I had a job interview for an internationally known shipping expeditor company in their home office. It was one of the most screwball interviews I have ever had. A total disorganized, unprofessional mess. Then at the end of the interview they tell me all employees MUST wear suits no matter what their job is. I asked why? I was told that wearing suits promotes professionalism. I wonder what the janitors wear..

    Steve C#Steve C#4 сарын өмнө
  • Any company or store that constantly has a sign up saying "Now Hiring" that is a red flag.

    Steve C#Steve C#4 сарын өмнө
  • Where I am in life right now... Would totally hop the country to be a nanny in India.

    Newie HamiltonNewie Hamilton4 сарын өмнө
  • LMAO Office Space in the thumbnail. That's perfection.

    Tanner PriceTanner Price4 сарын өмнө
  • That story where the guy is told the interview went well then was. ghosted, happened to me all the time when I was job hunting. It's a common business practice even in Bulgaria where I'm from.

    Danail MarinovDanail Marinov4 сарын өмнө
  • I have 2 of them. The first was my first ever job interview when I was like 15 years old applying to work at KFC. They asked me if I was an introvert or an extrovert and I didn't know what it meant so I was honest and asked. They wouldn't tell me, nor did they ask it in a different way. I did wind up getting the job and worked there for about a year but I just found it really dumb. The question was a good question for that job but my knowing the definition of the words had zero impact on my ability to do the job and rather than clarify they just skipped the question and probably wrote down 'dumb teenager doesn't know the definition of the words." The second one I went through a phone screen, a technical phone interview, and and 2 on site interviews. The posting listed the salary as between $X and $1.2X. They offered me the job but with a starting salary of around 80% of X (the low end). It was my first job out of school but people $X was roughly the same salary that my classmates were all getting at their jobs in the same industry in the same location. Without making any assumptions and in a very nice way I tried to ask for about 90% of X hoping to end up at around 85% and was told they'd get back to me. I followed up a couple of days later and was told that they'd filled the position. I know I wasn't entitled to the position or anything, I just wish they'd told me they wouldn't go any higher and gave me the opportunity to accept it at that point rather than just declining me for even attempting to negotiate when they offered me significantly less than the posting.

    Jon MendelsonJon Mendelson4 сарын өмнө
  • Interview for med school. Interviewer asks where I am from. Turns out we are from the same state. He asks what town. I name it. He had never heard of my town (not surprising it is a small town on the opposite end of the state from where he lived). He doesn't believe my town exists then proceeds to whip out a map of the state and forced me to point to my town on the map. He spend then next 5 min incredulous that he could possibly have not hear of a town in a state he lived in. This was 17 years ago, I'm still kinda wierded out.

    yougosquishnowyougosquishnow4 сарын өмнө
  • your laughing at the fart one made me laugh also, your laugh really is contagious ~

    BuncoBunco4 сарын өмнө
  • Forget Yugo. rSlash did his own blooper :)

    Eneri OffuttEneri Offutt4 сарын өмнө
  • I’m a “professional MNther.” Gurl all u do is read🙃

    Noah CastanedaNoah Castaneda4 сарын өмнө
  • Your "multiple interview" story reminds me of a similar one. Back in 2013-ish, I was down on my career. I wasn't happy in my current position (despite getting paid way more than I was worth at that point... I'll admit, I never gave that company my all, despite being there for 10 years), was going through depression, and wanted a change. (For reference, I'm a software engineer) So I went to this one company to interview. REALLY hit it off with the director (who would be my boss). The company itself kind of felt like the type of place "where careers go to die", but I desperately wanted a change. Then I went in for another set of interviews. And another. Finally, for a fourth set of interviews, the last of which was with a VP. That interview was going great when suddenly, out of the blue, the guy turns MASSIVELY cold on me and pretty much walks me out. I still, to this day, have no idea what the hell happened. Then, when I tried to find out information, they totally ghosted me, including the director I'd hit it off with so well. I fixed myself (so this "rejection" from an out-of-date company was the best thing that could have happened to me), started doing great at the job I was in and learning new things, overcame my depression, and was kicking serious ass. Cut to 2015ish, the director who liked me so much contacted me out of the blue asking if I was looking for opportunities still. Of course, by this point I had course-corrected, so the answer was "no thanks" (I might have been more interested if the guy had responded to a single one of my emails after I got ghosted from the other one -- turns out he was looking for a senior engineer in a different company) In 2017, I was laid off with 400 other people (they were pretty much getting rid of anyone who'd been there a long time), went to another shitty company, but then left there after 10 months into my current insanely-awesome role. Finally, in a bit of weird serendipity, at my current company, I ended up hiring one of the top engineers that worked for the guy (in his new company... I didn't poach him -- he just happened to apply... it's funny to think that the guy I just hired had the role that I would have had in the other guy's company had I said "yes")

    Jimbob JonesJimbob Jones4 сарын өмнө
  • Wow. What a stupid interview technique in that first one. What idiots like that don't realize is that it's the job of the interviewer to sell the company as much as it is for them to see if the candidate is good. This type of stupid crap would be an immediate "nope" from me, and any other qualified people.

    Jimbob JonesJimbob Jones4 сарын өмнө
  • Sounds like that person needed the snickers let em have it lmao

    Dark RenoDark Reno4 сарын өмнө
  • I love it that you basically get payed to laugh in the mic

    Isaac GordonIsaac Gordon5 сарын өмнө
  • I love how you dont remove all of your bloopers

    voltrx gamingvoltrx gaming5 сарын өмнө
  • Love your laughter 😊

    Judy ClementsJudy Clements5 сарын өмнө
  • I've just listened to this on Spotify and your job interview is alot like mine! I went to an interview (in the UK) and it was very vague, but said how you can make loads of money bla bla bla....anyway I got through to the first stage and then we were asked to get in his car and we went about about hour and a half away from the site to somewhere I didn't know at all. The job was to go into business, like small shops an pubs and sell them random crap, like makeup and dvd box-sets. When we got there he dropped us all at different locations and left us alone to sell....for 3 hours! I ended up not even bothering to try and sell anything and just hung around till we got picked back up. When we got back, I did exactly the same as you, and got out of there. They rang the next day and said I'd got the job, but I said no. Worst ever!!!

    LayLay5 сарын өмнө
  • I love when you just can't contain your giggles, it gives me a whole new kind of appreciation for the post and you everytime it happens, keep up the good work man.

    Michael WhiteMichael White5 сарын өмнө
  • 6 hours doing nothing for a free mcdonalds meal.... hmmm does sound tempting....

    1kili21kili25 сарын өмнө
  • Grown man laughing uncontrollably for a minute straight over reading ''fart'' lmfaooo

    saturn *:・゚saturn *:・゚5 сарын өмнө
  • Anybody who jumps in an interviewer's car is braver than me. That's how horror movies start.

    lena7623lena76235 сарын өмнө
  • For fucks sack I got a chipotle ad after the audible fart noise

    A HillA Hill5 сарын өмнө
  • I love your laugh

    FigglesFiggles5 сарын өмнө
  • I had a very wierd experience once where I was applying for an office type job, went in for the interview and there was hardly any information about the post. I was asking questions about what type of work I would do etc, but it was always answered in a very round about way. Eventually the manager said I was hired and I was like brilliant! I need a job and the money. So when do I start, he says right now if you want. I thought well its 10am so why not. He leads me into a large open plan office space and theres people everywhere, almost shoulder to shoulder. And the big red flag was THEY ALL HAD HEADSETS! I thought why do we need headsets in an office environment?!?! Then I got sat with the trainers. They were showing me all the programs and buttons on the computer and what they did. The job was to sell kitchen installations. I stood up and walked over to the interviewing manager who only managed about 20 paces from me, I said to him, you said nothing about selling shit, I was here on the premise of working in an office, I.E admin work! I dont want this job. He starts saying how I already accepted the post. I told him, I dont care as it was accepted under a lie! Shove this job right up your A$$.

    Martin LMartin L5 сарын өмнө
  • your videos are so good and funny to lsten to when im playing minecraft and makes me smile even tho i have covid-19 and im fine im a child i'll be fine

    DaldosDaldos5 сарын өмнө
  • $10/hr to build furniture? From an experienced carpenter? Burger flippers at In-n-out make more than that. Sheesh.

    kabob21kabob215 сарын өмнө
  • I mean its dumb but i think id get over it 5 minutes later if they explained the be rude to test you bit. Am i crazy or does that not sound too bad? I work in sales so dealing with aholes is somewhat common

    schouvler15schouvler155 сарын өмнө
  • i once had an interview at this small tax firm. the owner was nice enough however part of the interview was to take a brain teaser "test" right there???? a bunch of optical illusions (which line is longer, which O is bigger, stuff like that) and then he said he would send a link to my email address to take take another similar test online on my own time and once they had the results i'd get the answer if the job was mine. anyway, i was confused but i took the tests regardless. i didn't hear back for something like four months and by that time i had already found another job and he was like "after review of your tests we decided to go in a different direction" and i'm like homie????? it took you four months to grade those tests, i would have declined anyway. it was so random??? maybe he just never wanted to hire me so he gave me the run around with that????? no idea but it was weird

    Ariel AllenAriel Allen5 сарын өмнө
  • When he laughed through the whole story.... Dislike

    thefuzz03thefuzz035 сарын өмнө
  • You have a beautiful laughter

    August LauemøllerAugust Lauemøller5 сарын өмнө
  • Whenever rSlash can't get through a story without giggling, it probably involves someone's bowel movement.

    T. A. BellardT. A. Bellard5 сарын өмнө
  • The worst interviews I have had that I can think of at that this moment. The kebab shop where I had to walk to the bus stop in a wind storm on what I later found out was a broken foot, only to be interviewed for like two seconds and told I wasn’t right for the job. The ice cream shop that told me from the get go that they weren’t hiring me because I was unemployed and they couldn’t be f*ed to train me. The cafe I did a job trial at where the staff kept sabotaging my work and the manager lied to my job agency about what I did wrong. The grunt lied and said I was waving a knife around dangerously. All I did with it was cut sandwiches in half. The cafe where they were interviewing because a current employee was looking for a job in a different industry and wasn’t sure if she had the job or not. The interview went great and the manager kept telling me “if (name) leaves you got the job here”. He interviewed EVERYONE my job agency sent him and from what I gathered told a few of them the same thing. As you can tell I didn’t get the job. The cake shop where I “got the job” but I had to do a weeks unpaid training. The training consisted of two weeks of full day work and the only training I did was in the first couple of hours in the morning. I caught on pretty quick that they weren’t actually interested in hiring me. Also one of the managers washed her feet in the dish washing sink. I understand that washing of the feet is an important part of Muslim praying but using that sink was unhygienic and against health code rules. In Australia OHNS rules state that staff can’t wash their hands in the same sink as the dishes, so you can see why her sweaty feet are a giant issue.

    shastapurpledaisyshastapurpledaisy5 сарын өмнө
    • Then their was the horrible interview where I got the job. It was raining and I had just finished a job trial at another place. I got to the bus stop to take me to the second place. I was wearing a raincoat but somehow the front of my blouse got wet and my sleeve got stained with blue paint that dropped off the bus stop. I got to the venue and tried to dry off and clean myself off as best as I could. All I could say was thank god I didn’t wear makeup. The day they sent out a mass text telling people they got the jobs, they called me first to check up on me due to how disheveled I was in the interview.

      shastapurpledaisyshastapurpledaisy5 сарын өмнө
    • Then there was this one cafe where I applied for the barista position. The interviewer took one look at me and started trying to interview me for a back of house position. I am a thicker girl while all the girls who work front of house were all skinny or athletic. Every time I tried to say I was better with the coffee machine she would ignore me and continue interviewing me for back of house

      shastapurpledaisyshastapurpledaisy5 сарын өмнө
  • I've had some serious sleep issues and about two hours of sleep in four days before i went to an interview (for an administration job). Four interviewers introduce themselves and begin asking questions, which I answer to the best of my abilities, when one of them asks me for his name. After I found out through trial and error that he is neither the mayor (which wasn't even present) nor Bob something or [name of his female secretary?] I called it a day and thank them for their time.

    Arne KanalArne Kanal5 сарын өмнө
  • Plz.... NEVER AGAIN 8:10 - 8:55

    Horny HisokaHorny Hisoka5 сарын өмнө
  • You reading OTHER peoples stories is creative? Lol.

    Boss CuchilainBoss Cuchilain5 сарын өмнө
  • To hear rslash laughing definitely made my day XD

    Yami CakeYami Cake5 сарын өмнө
  • "Creative person" who reads other peoples' stories. Right.

    PerigeePerigee5 сарын өмнө
  • I went for a barmaid job they said I needed to do a 3 hour work trial UNPAID to see how I performed never called back months later I spoke to a friend of a friend who also interviewed same thing they basically got people to interview for a job and work for free then blanked them

    urwaifu4u On twitch and Twitterurwaifu4u On twitch and Twitter5 сарын өмнө
  • Right after the fart story, i got an ad that started with "some places tax flatulence. The kind that comes from cows". I was just listening. Not watching. I thought that was part of the video.

    Margaret RandolphMargaret Randolph5 сарын өмнө
  • Oooft I had one recently. Applied for an advertised administrative role, which was actually policy writing. I applied online for the role, and within an hour, I was called and asked to come in five hours later (this job was right down the road from where I live so ehh, sure). So I do my interview prep, try to research the company (🚩no website in 2021 🙄🚩), etc.. Interview time arrives, I’m there a few minutes early and this woman sits me down and asks me to fill in an eight page application (🚩which had seven illegal questions in it🚩), this application took 20 minutes to fill out, got to wonder why it wasn’t sent to me beforehand but whatevs. After that’s done, interview starts. This woman is nowhere near prepared. She had no questions prepared (🚩), flipping between pages, rereading my resume over and over again, going back over things that she’s already said. At this point I was like “this is dodge but you need a job so stick in there”. Then, she asks if I wrote my cover letter, and I had, she was confused and couldn’t believe it “what program did you use? Did you get help? How long did it take you to write? Did you copy it from the internet?”(! 🚩!)I was fuming at this point. Then, she explains the role “so as a logistics company, we have to maintain work health and safety standards which need to be updated frequently so it’s legally acceptable but also understandable for staff, so you’ll be writing policies” (🚩) EXCUSE ME, WHAT. Policy writing in my country is paid about $50/hour and generally fulfilled by a lawyer or paralegal, cause it’s legal shit. They were offering $25/hr, and advertising it as admin. She then pretty much told me I wasn’t successful, and if I hadn’t heard by the end of the month, I definitely wasn’t. I noped out of there so quick. Later on they had the audacity to tell me it was because I didn’t have enough administration experience 🙄

    Nalani MulcahyNalani Mulcahy5 сарын өмнө
  • Your laugh is so infectious. I love it! By the end it had me giggling too.

    Neo FoxNeo Fox5 сарын өмнө
  • Someone slap r/slash

    Ambar MartinezAmbar Martinez5 сарын өмнө
  • So guys just to elaborate on those "Marketing" jobs, door to door sales, etc. Half the stuff they do is basically illegal. We would do morning meeting every morning and basically practice our pitch to customers, UNPAID. We would be asked to come in to the office in business attire and then change into Verizon gear. Yeah we sold Verizon plans, at a Walmart. We'd be standing on our feet from 12 noon to sometimes 10pm but it was scheduled 7pm to be over AND We weren't paid for that. Overtime? Heck they would violate contract. They said I'd make either my hourly or commission depending on which is higher. No one wanted to buy our Verizon plans. So no commissions would come in. Maybe only 1 at most and we earned "100% of the initial sale" like 200$ monthly? We make 200$. Nah. They docced my commission for days I didn't make sales in. I dipped the day after the boss was explaining it to me. I was worn out. They told us they didn't recommend us taking lunch breaks and to just power through. Barely going to bathroom breaks. A man once screamed at me after I tried to pitch him "I'm not interested in you're religion terrorist fatty." (I'm chubby and Muslim wearing hijab and he was two times my size.) I was only 19. So I cried hard. My partner let me go to the bathroom and cry it out but called my boss who wasn't compassionate at all and said basically to toughen up. Walmart employees were the only people to stand up for me and one of them went after the man and asked him to leave. The Walmart employee another lady who saw that were the ones who escorted me to the bathroom. After leaving that horrible job, I attempted to contact Verizon and talk to Corporate about the MLMs they contacted. Said they'd give me a call back. Never did.

    Meggie MillsMeggie Mills5 сарын өмнө
  • On the last one, I liked how Rslash did the pause to emphasize the awkward silence. I appreciate that kind of effective storytelling.

    KranberryKranberry5 сарын өмнө