As a hiring manager, I often take out construction executive job seekers for lunch during the 2nd interview stage. I have a very promising construction executive job seeker for a CEO position. Everyone in the division is excited about this person and want to know when she will take office. However, during the interview, she ordered a glass of wine. I am a little concerned with her judgment for two reasons. First, the construction employer was paying for the lunch. Two, the interview took place during working hours and the construction executive job seeker did have to return to her office immediately following.
You are right to be concerned. The consumption of alcohol in this setting is inappropriate and a severe lack of judgment. If this were a truly exceptional construction executive job seeker, she would know better than to order an alcoholic beverage in this setting. The fact that she's drinking during her lunch hour shows poor decision making skills. It is likely a violation of her construction employer's alcohol and drug use policy as well. I would have to pass on this construction executive job seeker and explain to the dept that she was not the right person for the position.
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