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Employee Resigns After Their Boss Cancels Job Interview Without Their Consent

Interviewing for a new role within a company or an internal promotion has its benefits, especially when compared to a normal interview process.

For one, you'll typically already be at least somewhat familiar with the manager of the workgroup you're interviewing for, which means that they, in turn, have some knowledge of you and the work that you do. This means that you don't have to blindly convince a stranger of your qualities and capabilities like you would in a normal interview—playing the fictitious part of the most employable person in the world. Generally, being able to drop the charade and get to the actual important pieces makes for a smoother and less stressful process.


That's all well and good. But this thread offered a new conundrum of the likes we haven't seen before… 

Keep reading to see screenshots of the account of events that was shared by Redditor u/Khriss1313 to Reddit's r/antiwork subreddit:

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Readers responded in support of the employee. Here’s what they had to say about the boss canceling the job interview:


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What do you do if your current boss intentionally blocks the process by interfering and canceling your interview, giving the excuse of you having too much work to attend to? Well, will you get HR involved, or quit–just as this worker did after their boss meddled in their affairs? Tell us more in the comments below!

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