Brettanomyces wrote:A friend sent me a message saying that the current SEO conversation in this thread was discouraging her from applying to the internship program.
I understand why some feel providing interview information to applicants would be unfair, but wouldn't the advantage gained by knowing the types of questions to expect be counteracted by the fact that the last-minute applicants asking for this information are trying to beat the buzzer? Also, if anonymity is a concern, can't we just send them any helpful information via PM?
I miss the love.
Boo hoo, cry me a river.
Tell your friend to grow some balls. If this type of conversation discourages her she might as well consider a new profession.
Regarding the "knowing the type of questions to expect", one member specifically asked for what questions to expect in the case study, not the interview in general. That is not something that can be answered as each interviewee may be presented with a different article to read and be asked different questions on it. What's so hard to understand about that? That's not withholding information, that's saying "hey, put on your big girl shoes, use your brain and go with the best answer or response". Nobody can help you in that regard.
And because of this some are to be viewed as void of love?? Say what now???