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Monday, August 08, 2005

Interviewing your replacement

It's the oddest thing. How do you tell someone exactly what you do and make it sound like a job they'd like to have when you're the one leaving it?

Just finished one at 9, another coming at 11, 1, and 2.

But it sure is fun to be the one interviewing and not the interviewee. (yeah, so what it's my blog, I'll make up words if I wanna.)

Happy Monday!

3 Comments:

  • At 10:08 PM, Blogger Jenniy said…

    Good luck - I hope you find a good replacement. One summer at work I had to help interview and completely train 5 different people for the same job. They kept quiting after they learned what an ass their boss was - it got old quickly, fortunately we finally found a girl who gives it right back to him and they work nicely together.

     
  • At 8:48 AM, Blogger Shannin said…

    I've done that before. It's tough, because you want someone who will be good and who will stick around, because if they aren't good you'll hear about it!
    Of course, you will be at your new job by then...

     
  • At 1:11 PM, Blogger Opaco said…

    yeah i got to be the one in charge of hiring my replacement once as well. it was fun.
    i was in a position where i had the responsibility of three different positions. it was difficult to find someone who could absorb all that.
    they hired three people total. makes you feel good to know that they had to hire three to replace you when you left.

     

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