HR executive, Matt Buckland, said it happened as they were both getting off a packed rush-hour train on Monday morning. Hours later, the same man walked in for an interview with Mr Buckland at
investment firm Forward Partners. Despite the heated exchange, the job seeker did not recognise his interviewer as soon as he arrived.
So Mr Buckland asked him a few train-related questions. It crept up on him slowly as the questions became more and more train related. The job seeker ‘laughed it off’ and carried on with the interview for the role of a web developer.
He wasn’t offered the job. Mr Buckland said: “Maybe now he’ll maintain a better attitude in the morning since he just might need some help from a fellow commuter one day.”….. Moral of d story, always ask for dt identity of ppl b4 abusing them…..