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Fri Mar 23, 2012, 04:54 PM

I ruined a perfectly good job interview

by pointing out my opposition the "right to work" form (Texas) that I had to sign for the interview process to reach completion. It stated that I could be terminated from employment for any reason, or no reason at all. Why sign it? It has never made any sense to me. I don't agree with it, in principle, and if they can fire you willy nilly anyway, without legal repercussions, they sure don't need my begrudged permission.

I had decided by that point that I didn't want the job anyway. They said (after interviewing and an hour of paperwork) that there would be a drug screen (which I also disagree with in principle). They could have revealed that in the job listing and saved a lot of applicants some time.

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