Nigerians have taken to social media to share their thoughts on the story of a young man who was tested by the company he had gone for an interview.
According to the Twitter user who shared the story, the interview was scheduled for 10 am but the young man arrived fifteen minutes later. He was then kept at the lobby till 12 noon.
In annoyance the man left, and in the employer’s defence, he was trying to test his patience.
Nigerians have taken to social media to share their thoughts on this.
Read some of the reactions below;
You and your brother are horrible people. I am glad he left instead of waiting for your money miss road brother. As you for, I am sure you have been on this app for long, tell your brother to do better.
— Loki (@SultanaOfJade) September 10, 2019
Ori broda e kope
It's all these jobs where they pay paltry sum and always coming late after plenty stress are the ones with this kinda darn situation
Rubbish and patience
— Uduak 'Petite_awesomeness' Ekpedeme (@Uduak_Ekpedeme) September 9, 2019
Me that waited for more than 2
hrs and still didn't get the job unko😡😬patience ko endurance ni
— some people. . (@maquinbeaury) September 9, 2019
Your brother mode of interview is: pic.twitter.com/oJ9MZolR4E
— CYBORG☻ (@Apholerbee) September 9, 2019
Not one person is in support of what your brother did. That should tell you something. Read. Unlearn and Relearn.
— Igwe Osita the 1st (@Kevwekofi) September 9, 2019
What if he took some 2 hours off work just to show up for the interview… for someone that is currently employed spending too much time outside the office is risky … If you are looking for someone patient … Conduct your interview on a Saturday.
— Timeless OG (@Opionz) September 9, 2019
Please steal his style but create an expectation for the candidate, don't make them be at your mercy cos they are in need of a job. Value their time and person
— oye (@oyekanmmi) September 9, 2019
Abegeeeeeeeeeeeeee. You guys should keep the job. Patience ko, Jonathan ni pic.twitter.com/tLgBmULwJQ
— Miyaki (@Patrick_Miyaki) September 9, 2019
I think the first question we should ask is what is the company into?? Don't be surprised it's really not worth flexing muscle over..no GOOD firm will do this…there are ways of evaluating a person without abusing them.
— Pa' Al-ameen (@general_halap) September 9, 2019