INTERVIEWS AND COMPLIMENTS- YOU ARE RUDE!!
March 11, 20190
What are the necessary steps you take before any important interviews? I like to advise folks to be themselves but sell yourself.
Social media was buzzing Monday night when a certain Twitter user relayed the experience he had with an interviewer. Compliments are no longer ‘Positive vibes only’, Taiwo an interviewer has been sharing her thoughts on the situation at hand and reiterates her displease of her candidate dishing out nice compliments.
”You smell nice ma”
”Well young man, you are rude.”
E gba mi o! can we not say how we feel and feel what we say is a great conversation starter?Tweeps and folks on the Twitter app dragged Taiwo asking her to learn to pass he message in good light.
Being rude is actually how you told him off and in true feminism spirit a few women who find such messages suggestive and inappriopriate have explained that they don’t think he had any right to compliment her.
HRs what’s your opinion on madam Taiwo’s reaction to the candidate? pic.twitter.com/LG3k1MWngD
— Mariam Al-Jabiri (@Mariam46220919) March 12, 2019
Forget the smell of Taiwo the Nigerian HR.
You will think Nigerians are politically divided, ethnic or religious biased…
Until when it comes to trolling someone on Twitter, then you will realise they are… pic.twitter.com/rVRmwCfeBP
— Lagos-Delta Hybrid (@Zuronye) March 12, 2019
Taiwo a Nigerian HR is facing the village council
We are still deciding whether it’s rude or not to give a compliment
On an interview 🤣🤣😭😭 https://t.co/srPMBI1T4a
— Mariya Elhassan (@myz_meerah) March 12, 2019
It’s Taiwo,Nigerian HR and Smell that is trending this morning.
Chaii…TwitterNg eh😭😂😭 pic.twitter.com/J5nXtX8jkd
— Nwunye Kay(Mar 22)❤💍 (@sc_shae) March 12, 2019
Taiwo HR after the guy said she smells nice pic.twitter.com/gwpnHSkIGt
— ADE (@sheviantos) March 11, 2019