How to deal with HR women

I just lost out on a 20.34/h job opportunity, I’m 23 this and just recently have revitalized my ego after years of being depressed and all I want is money so I can buy myself nice things and support the older members of my family. I worked the same position 2 years ago and was excellent at my job with my only downside being unacclimated to socializing and general knowledge of workplace behavior( basically I was a anti social robot) other then that I was an excellent worker.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    OP here, During the interview with this attractive Latina in her mid to late 20s. I admitted to not being currently employed also when she asked me what my weaknesses were I told her I had non and lightly laughed at the response I gave. I know that sounds stupid but since I laughed and smiled at that she did the same and the interview from my perspective went toward a better direction. I’m definitely qualified for this position and know I will excel in it and learn quickly since I basically did the same job before at an old company 2 years ago. I have the sneaking suspicion that a 40 year old women who has never done my job before and isn’t qualified at all basically got the job over me because she was more pleasent and followed textbook norms.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you have a female interviewer and you're not chad, it's over.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      So what you're saying is

      • You have been unemployed for 2 years
      • You somehow got an interview and bombed it

      And now you're upset you didn't get the job? Kek. No one owes you a living. That you worked previously and then didn't work for 2 years is going to make it incredibly difficult for you to find work. Particularly if you bomb interviews by giving stupid answers to questions and thinking because you both nervously laughed at your stupidity everything is going great.

      >> I was a robot

      Have you been diagnosed with autism?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I have been unemployed for 2 months I worked at an almost identical job 2 years ago. I have not been diagnosed with autism I can read peoples expressions and how there feeling easily I just am not a sociable person

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Every HOUR of unemployment makes you less employable. What were the circumstances of becoming unemployed? Did you get fired?

          >> I can read peoples expressions

          Not if you think answering none to your weaknesses and laughing means the interview was going well. That's bombing hard.

          I fricking hate those generic bullshit interview questions so much. They feel like a test to see if you'll comply and answer one of the 3 generic responses they expect, like a robot, which would be fine if the interviewers were aware of how moronic it is and were on the same page as you, but these HR prostitutes take it so seriously.

          You sound like a naive moron. All interviews are tests. They are tests of personality, skills, applicable technical knowledge and interpersonal skills as they relate to the workplace.

          Three questions aren't generic, they all expose things about you whether you like it or not.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Just office-speak way of saying the same shit. Before anything else they want to know if you'll cuck to their moronic question and say "I'd describe myself as resourceful, a fast learner, and practical!" even knowing, and knowing they know, that you're reciting some bullshit you practiced or read online.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            No. Buzzword answers are the fastest way to not get hired.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I lost my last job as a security officer because right before the new year I lost my wallet that had my security license in it. December 25th notified all employees to bring that license in for some reason and I didn’t have time to get a replacement card so I was screwed. Nobody knew this was going to be required, I explained that to HR they couldn’t help me all they told me was “We NEED that card.” So basically it was a done deal. I’ve been applying to various other jobs with no luck. I specifically want people in this thread that have experience with HR Women because it is a real hurdle for people like me.
            Also questions like “What would you do if you were an Elephant for a day” are moronic questions no arguing that. You seem to be either a boomer or a Woman Human Resources manager the way you are shamelessly defend them.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'm a male hiring manager. If you came in talking like this I wouldn't just not hire you, I'd instruct HR to blacklist you to all our competitors too. You sound completely moronic.

            In jurisdictions where security needs to be licensed you don't just get a card. You get proof of registration. Of course you need to show your licence to your employer, that's the whole point of having it. If you actually had such a licence you would know that and would at very least be looking for another security job.

            Because you get proof of registration showing HR that would have brought you time for your replacement licence to come through. That you didn't do these things and lost your job tells me that you are lying.

            The gender of your interviewer is completely irrelevant. No, the elephant question isn't stupid. It's a personality question designed to expose things about who you are on a normal day and not in an interview.

            If you genuinely don't believe you have any weaknesses then you lack self awareness and that's a liability for any employer. I can spot numerous professional weaknesses just on this thread. Get some actual skills anon and work on yourself as a person

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Reddit nu-male homosexual I regret to inform you that I am not lying to you, and I would never talk in this manner in a professional setting. And by the way the gender of the interviewer does have SOME significance in how I would approach it. I come across as a very courteous professional no nonsense person so in summary please lodge a 15 inch metal rod into your butthole.

            Regards, Anon

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            The gender of the person interviewing you in actual fact has zero significance. It's a person, treat them the same there's no reason to change how you approach an interview based on gender.

            I don't believe you regarding your security stuff. It makes zero sense. I wasn't criticising your speech pattern moron, I was criticising the way you are talking about your potential female coworkers, and how completely clueless you seem about the entire process so you blame your inadequacy on the gender of our interviewer. That's a problem. You come across as petulant. You can try to mask yourself in an interview all you like, but the whole point of the questions you hate is to identify people like you so they can be weeded out. You're a liability as you currently are. Work on yourself, seriously.

            This homie is so bought into his corporate-culture cult he's judging people based on those rules OUTSIDE his little workplace. Kindly have a nice day.

            You mean in a thread about workplace culture and getting hired? Kek, what a try hard you are.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Every male interviewer I’ve ever meet has said the same thing about me “You seem like an honest no nonsense person” and has given me good reviews. To say that there are no intricacies in how a female and male interviewer do there job is flat out a lie. You sir are a homosexual through and through.
            You are perfect for your job with your catty attitude. I’m sure all your employees are fond of you and you train your underlings to find the best possible candidates for the positions you have available.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            This homie is so bought into his corporate-culture cult he's judging people based on those rules OUTSIDE his little workplace. Kindly have a nice day.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You sound like a MAJOR gay dude.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Roflmao. Who does that actually work on? I get it, you're a worthless frick who is upset he can't get employed because you have nothing of worth to offer. But don't try to make that my problem.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            1. I'm not OP
            2. I'm actually employed

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Didn't say you were OP. The wage slave shit you do doesn't make you worth anything.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >not worth anything
            >makes fun of me for being unemployed
            ??? Make sense when you type

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You aren't worth anything. Can't be clearer than that.

            >If it were so bad as to legitimately be a reason to not work, that makes you a liability for any employer.
            Literally not allowed to discriminate based on that for the same reason you can't decline to hire a 22-25 year old married woman.

            You can't tell a candidate that's why they weren't hired. You can in fact not hire them for that reason however. Happens thousands time times every single day. We're here to make money, not worry about your feelings. If you're going to be a liability, you're going to have trouble finding employment. It's that simple. Particularly when there are better candidates who aren't liabilities.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >If you're going to be a liability, you're going to have trouble finding employment. It's that simple
            You say, disagreeing with OP.
            OP may be a gay but you're contrarian.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Also I laughed at what my weaknesses were because related to the job I had no weaknesses, As I was literally carrying my entire shift my entire time there. But the weaknesses I have are personal and not job related like life long nogf and low sociability outside of work

            Christopher?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            No I’m not Christopher, seems like a cool dude though

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Hmm okay. Sorry about the confusion then Anon

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Every HOUR of unemployment makes you less employable
            you can lie and say you've been unemployed for less time, this is a non-issue

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Also I laughed at what my weaknesses were because related to the job I had no weaknesses, As I was literally carrying my entire shift my entire time there. But the weaknesses I have are personal and not job related like life long nogf and low sociability outside of work

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You sound like a complete gay. Never give advice on this board ever again.
        I suggest killing yourself ASAP, corporate bootlicker.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah dude you're definitely a wiener-guzzling homosexual who's brainwashed himself into thinking he's better then his fellow cattle.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I fricking hate those generic bullshit interview questions so much. They feel like a test to see if you'll comply and answer one of the 3 generic responses they expect, like a robot, which would be fine if the interviewers were aware of how moronic it is and were on the same page as you, but these HR prostitutes take it so seriously.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Just tell them a major disadvantage you have is that other people aren't as autistic as you are, that's what I said when I got my last job.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      It was only one interview. These days young people go through 20-30 interviews before getting a job so don't think you did anything wrong. It certainly doesn't sound like it.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Saying “none” for the weakness question is extremely stupid. It makes it sound like you didn’t know they were going to ask that question (which is one of the most common, basic interview questions there is) and didn’t prepare an answer. So, basically, it makes you look like an idiot.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I agree I should’ve said “I’m a fast learner” atleast however I have years of experience in this position doing exactly the same work so next time I’ll be dishonest. And as for my strengths I mentioned I have An aptitude for computers(because I know the type of people these office jobs in this particular field and area hire they are Old women with no computer no-how whilst also speaking very little English) as well as professional well mannered customer service and extensive knowledge in the procedures these companies do as well as being a team player also I am bilingual which is a big plus in my area, did I mention I do well under stress ?The women who interviewed me didn’t try to gain any situations where I showed my strengths just asked me run if the mill questions. Anyway next time I will be sure to regurgitate the same things they’ve heard thousands of times before since I am after all dealing with HR women.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          "I'm a fast learner" isn't a weakness, is a buzzword and will make you look like an even bigger idiot if you say that. How old are you?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Saying “none” for the weakness question is extremely stupid. It makes it sound like you didn’t know they were going to ask that question (which is one of the most common, basic interview questions there is) and didn’t prepare an answer. So, basically, it makes you look like an idiot.

          I made a mistake in the beginning of my reply nevertheless What are some good generic answers to my faults? Right now I can only think about being selfless and helping my coworkers too much. Any recommendations?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          You've learned nothing. Settle in, you'll be unemployed for awhile.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I assure you good sir I will not me unemployed for too much longer. Because I’m such a reliable workhorse. With a success driven mindset I will strive to bring forth the company Motto that my future employer expects of its employees commonly regarded as “Family”

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You sound like a moron. You'll legit stay unemployed.

            Every male interviewer I’ve ever meet has said the same thing about me “You seem like an honest no nonsense person” and has given me good reviews. To say that there are no intricacies in how a female and male interviewer do there job is flat out a lie. You sir are a homosexual through and through.
            You are perfect for your job with your catty attitude. I’m sure all your employees are fond of you and you train your underlings to find the best possible candidates for the positions you have available.

            And yet you're unemployed. I'm male and I'm telling you that you sound like a fricking idiot.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      So your complaint is that their staffing department is moronic?
      Ok, apply elsewhere. Incompetence gets filtered in time, assuming they aren't a shareholder of the Federal Reserve.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just smile and say good morning and shit. Being friendly with females is cheap and easy. You don't even need to talk with them, just saluting happily is enough. It gets complicated if they smell you want to sleep with them. BUT some femoids are dumb and they will hold grudged with people for no reason.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Can you give me examples of things to say and not to admit that’s not found commonly online. For example I don’t think I should have admited that I was currently unemployed it seems like honesty just weeds you out. Also can you give me a strengths and weaknesses list of things to say other than “I’m a quick learner. Not getting this job really pisses me off because I’ve been heavily inspired to improve my life and this is a setback this job would have really helped me at this time in my life where I have bills and am looking into educating myself on the things that I’ve been neglecting like starting a credit line and getting my GED

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You should never lie in the interview. If you claim to work somewhere they are going to want to call your current employer. It's a stupid thing to do. Be honest, yes not having worked for the last 2 years is a big problem. You're going to have to get yourself into something like study or volunteer work to have something you're currently doing and break the cycle.

        You're still going to have a 2 year gap however and that's going to be a problem. You may need to think about looking for lower level work to help get your foot in the door. You should never willingly leave work without having a new job to walk into. No one cares about your depression, it's not a reason to not be working. If it were so bad as to legitimately be a reason to not work, that makes you a liability for any employer.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >If it were so bad as to legitimately be a reason to not work, that makes you a liability for any employer.
          Literally not allowed to discriminate based on that for the same reason you can't decline to hire a 22-25 year old married woman.

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