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So, let me make sure I got this. If prospective employees are dishonest, they're liars and thieves and will continue to be so. If prospective employers are dishonest, they're just being smart.
Is that about right?
I think you may be full of crap.
And no, they don't "parade employees through the building and let everyone get a feel for them". They usually don't even tell anyone they are hiring, and suddenly here's this new person that needs to be trained, and there is no workstation for them. Doh!
I would rather plunge shards of glass into my freaking eyes than read a book about whoring myself out, thanks.
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