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Job Seeker: I am just calling to inquire about my application status for job number JC24 that I applied for two weeks ago.

Employer: Oh yes! We are still reviewing all the applications, but your application is in the final stages of review with three others for this position. We will be notifying everyone this week with our final choice. *hangs up*

*looks at the person they hired for that position last week and laughs*

Comments by - Anonymous
Last updated on 03/01/2008

And here is what they were:

Over a 2 and a half month period I had countless phone and in person interviews and they couldn't even bother to address it to me personally.

Comments from a Staff Member:

In my opinion, that is the #1 thing that businesses do that just make me so mad. I understand the need to have cookie cutter letters, but when you send those to people that you have interviewed, it is downright lazy and unprofessional.

Another letter from this company:

Tanks for your patience in this process. After further deliberation about headcount, management has decided not to move forward at this time for this role. They are refocusing on some critical needs they have right now and are going to fill this position with some different skills than originally anticipated. I really appreciate your interest, and encourage you to continue to look for opportunities within Medtronic. I will be on the look out for other opportunities as well Thank you.


First, the misspelled "thanks" is original.

I interviewed for this position 1 1/2 months before I got this note.

Two days after the interview, this HR person called me and said I would be getting an offer once they put something together the following week. He didn't want to leave me hanging over the weekend.

They proceeded to leave me hanging for the next 1 1/2 months. Then they dropped me. Not even a phone call!

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