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I can’t believe Kate is pregnant!! I’m curious as to why she hasn’t told Toby yet.
I hope the script changes that arrived with Kevin’s fruit bouquet don’t affect his character, although the seemingly disappointed look on Kevin’s face hint that they do.
ahoywedding said:Which one of y'all has Aaron Rodgers? I'm sorry for your season but even more sorry for my Packers
Congrats @thisismynickname2!!! Can’t wait to see pics of your DD!! Mine was born a few days after yours - she’ll be 11 weeks on Wednesday! She’s also bald, well partially bald. She’s got the same hairline as my paternal grandfather at the moment lol: fuzz on top and a ring of hair on the sides and around the back!
MissKittyDanger said:mrsconn23 said:pegasuskat said:sparklepants41 said:mrsconn23 said:MissKittyDanger said:6fsn said:Do they drink? Last year I made cranberry infused vodka. I've also done Pioneer Woman cinnamon rolls (thanks mrsconn). That's good because you can freeze them and take some time to make them.
Board games? Cards? I've made farkle/Yahtzee sets in the past.
The coffee and the maple flavoring in the frosting really makes them. But they have always come out flaky, delicious, and perfect.
I think people tend to act differently when interviewing for internal positions rather than positions at completely different companies. It may not even be intentional or conscious - just pschyologically internal interviews tend to be met with less formal attitudes (at least in my experience anyway). The candidate has nothing to lose as they’re already employed in the organization, they already are familiar with the interviewer and/or policies/procedures etc.
That being said I think you can give general constructive feedback while maintaining your professional relationship with these candidates. You could say things like “remember to keep the conversation positive” or “you made interesting points, but I would try to keep your responses brief to allow for more questions”