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“Describe what you can bring to this company.”

#Art by Will McPhail

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in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

very striking. I betcha the next question would be about pregnancy....
in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

Mike Pence will tell you we are very fair to others. My surgeon left the hospital and she is one of the best in the department. Is it because the department dominated by male surgeons?
in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

LOL! it is obvious, she doesn't even have to say anything!
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ughhh. Me. Every interview. The only times I get an offer is if a woman is on the panel. So I refuse to interview if there is not a single female ✔️
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Description (Alt Text) can be improved a bit. All these white men are formally look the same, but behave very differently.
What seems to be common for all them that all they see this interview as a boring chore.
One read his phone, other, sleep, other sit in informal pose.
What is common between them is that they do not want anyone join to their organization. What they dream about is this formality to end sooner.
Such picture happens in frozen and dead organizations. (large corp & gov).
in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

I get the point but I could not help but think ":first, I'd reduce the size of your hiring panels".
in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

Used to have the execs tour our worksite (like they had a clue what they were looking at 🙄). They all dressed the same, looked the same. White, 50ish, suit, tie, lame haircut, etc. They would follow their leader like baby ducks. We took to calling them "Copy and the Pastes".
in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

, This is a question 🤔 one can ask Republicans "What can you bring to this country"? Answer "Fascism ".

Cartoon addresses misogyny in Corps
#Republicans #Gop #corporations #misogyny

in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

Alt text
Long table with 10 white men in suits and ties. On the other side of the table a woman.
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Tell us what you bring to the company
in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

needs and expectations of morality, kindness, and equality along with a set income tied directly to the c-suites compensation packages.
in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

this reminds me of an ex-gf who was asked to join a panel discussion in Switzerland about "Die Feminine" all the panelist were men and it occurred to them they might need to have one actual woman on the panel, so she said no. that is why she was my "girlfriend"
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"I will not spend my day golfing or at a strip club and call it work. Is that good enough ? Also, I will run circles around you in any business or engineering discipline you choose"
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in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

This is rarely a thing at good tech companies. While there may be 6-12 people tag teaming interviewees. It's less about stupid questions like this and more about explaining the ARP protocol.

At one startup my qa director was an animal. She worked right up until her delivery. Had the kid over the weekend and came in the next Monday. Crazy.

in reply to Sheril Kirshenbaum

If you are a chef or a house repairman and an employer asks you for a CV you will know they are only interested in numbers.
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#metoo I think after pandemic we totally forgot about it.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AF_huMiQzr0

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Content warning: féminisme

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