The interviewer at station B responded to the recruitment dispute. Recently, there have been rumors that when station B recruited students from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications in the spring, the interviewer showed off his assets and said that “beijing people’s vision is too low.” Three students, etc., were suspected of discrimination in recruitment. “Xiao Wandou,” the head of the game studio at Station B, issued a response: I admit that there was some preaching during the interview. I apologize to him here, but I have never expressed any negative comments about Beijing Post. “My team is all Qingbei or QS top three students.” My original remark is that I recently interviewed some of these students. There is no X Suite or Ferrari in my house.
Really see the part of the iceberg below sea level to realize how humble and insignificant it is to vent your anger, calm down and do something that is truly meaningful. At a glance, you will know that in the future, interviews will be widely used in recording and video recording, right? With security check? terrible. Take a look at the comment area again, what is said that station B is still OK, what kind of weekends…but I forgot the fact that there should be weekends. (Of course, there are too many single-offs in society now.) Actually, it’s not wrong to learn more, try and fight hard just after coming out of school, but most corporate capital use these words as a guise to make up for the cost control and cost control of their company. Performance management. It could work efficiently, but 996 and 007 were required. Since the capital has used our passion, then you are not benevolent and I am not righteous. You don’t respect me. How can I respect you? There are many people who pursue their dreams and work hard, and I also hope that I will always have this momentum! But in society, the ambitions have been polished time and time again, and the squeeze of capital is really difficult. Tell a story, a bandit arrested 50 people and asked them to pay, saying that the first person pays 100, the second person pays 200, the third person pays 400, and so on. The first person said, you see, I paid less than you guys, so everyone scrambled to pay, and even forgot to resist!