It`s always stressful with job interviews and things can get really awkward really quick, but sooner or later you have to find out exactly what the position entails with all the benefits and responsibilities.
Taylor Byrnes applied for a position of a menu development at SkipThe Dishes (food delivery service) and after she past her phone interview she followed up with an email asking about her projected salary and possible benefits.
Just because she asked that question the HR person told her that she was a bad fit for the company and that her second interview just got canceled.
In another email sent by the company, she was told that they believe “in hard work and perseverance” and it was a mistake on her part to focus on compensation. It was a wrong move to ask about money too early in the process.
So how early is too early to find out how much money you`ll be making?
Byrnes called for a boycott of the company by tweeting out the emails.
Many people showed their support with most of them saying “you work for money,” we all do!
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