I was offered a manager position at a North Hollywood property. I met with 3 of the managers that day on my second interview, including the GM. I was told to gather my things and move in ASAP because they really needed someone on site soon. I was ready. We shook hands and agreed to meet at 8 am the next morning to sign my contract and have deposit check. I went home and followed up thanking them for this great opportunity, to which the reply was “that’s great! I’m glad to have you!” Then followed up saying that the morning wouldn’t work anymore, can I meet later in the day instead? Sure! “Great, we’ll be in touch” I follow up all the next day on this meeting, to which the reply was “my coworker is going on vacation so my schedule is insane, can we meet Monday instead?” Yes! Monday comes around – I call, I text, I email. No reply. FINALLY get him on the phone – “Christine I’m so sorry my schedule is just nuts – tomorrow?” Yes! Tuesday comes around, I call, I text, I email, no reply. I spend all morning packing my apartment, to which I broke a lease to take this job. I finally receive an email later that afternoon – he offered the job to someone else, but good luck. I am now jobless and homeless. Why couldn’t someone say that they were doing other interviews and we were still under consideration?? Why lie and lie and say we have it and that we need to move the meeting? Makes no sense. They have ruined my life. .
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