> People might claim they have “signals” for these things… “if they ask about time off in the first interview then they are never going to be there!” But these are all bullshit. If you’re using signals like these you’re just guessing and turning away good candidates
It definitely was not my intent to paint the author of the article as the person who made that quote.
Unfortunately, I can't edit my comment now.
Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't
And you don’t necessarily have to read the article before comments. I often don’t! But when I encounter something in comments which seems incongruous with what I’d expect or hope to find in the article, that’s a good prompt to go ahead and read it to gain context.
The words offered up as a quote are meant to represent the views of the person being quoted. In this instance that is clearly not the case.
This is a perfect example of how quotes can be used to misrepresented a view.