Others wrote from a candidate perspective, fearing it would come across as weird and pushy if they wrote a thank you after.
and thank you email to a job interview? God, I would never do that, I'd worry it came across as really pushy— Jess Brammar (@jessbrammar) 5 April 2019
Some questioned whether this precluded certain people…
Lol this is so classist: 'I always base my hiring criteria on strange etiquette rules that hardly anyone knows about, rather than the interview tasks candidates thought they were answering'— Rachel (@RachelConnoll14) 5 April 2019
…some questioned the methodology….
Seems pretty old fashioned and about hierarchy. I see good hires as a conversation and discovery to see if we have a good fit between the candidate and our company— Dr Asif Qasim (@DrAsifQasim) 5 April 2019
…whilst some were just honest: hiring is hard.
I've been helping to hire people for less than 10 years and I swear there are no simple rules. Hiring is really hard and if you are sticking to simple rules, you are missing good people (and probably hiring some bad people too). #subtweet— nrc (@nick_r_cameron) 7 April 2019
Whilst a Director at CIPD merely implied it was a bad rule.
I've been hiring people for much longer than 10 years and this is not a rule that should be followed.— David D'Souza (@dds180) 6 April 2019
In my humble (yet relatively well informed) opinion https://t.co/KzfplbeA2k
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