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How is this a debatable reason? If they have you working for a client, and you can't communicate with the client effectively, that's a completely valid reason for rejection.

Full disclosure: Former employee of Metova, and I had an absolutely fantastic experience with them.

It's debatable if one has "good communication skills" or not. This is what I'm saying. If you talk to someone different they would have a completely different viewpoint on your "skills." Nothing objective in that. Plus, you can't really judge how well you talk with a client in an interview since the interviewer is not a client of the company.

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