Glenn W. Merrick

Glenn W. Merrick Review

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Published: 02 October 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

I interviewed over a year ago with Glenn W. Merrick for an office position. After a year of talking with friends and relatives about my experience, someone mentioned this site. I realized the best way to move on is to tell the world about my experience with this total jerk. When I left the interview I literally checked the Sex Offender Registry to see if this guy was listed. He kept looking at my chest during the whole interview. He accidently (on purpose) dropped a page of my resume when I was handing it to him just so he could watch me bend over to pick it up (my side of his desk). When he asked me if I would be willing to do whatever it takes to success working for him, he kept re-wording the question as if I was going to be turned on by that and would be willing to show him right then and there. Can you believe that? I couldn’t wait to get out of there. He is not attractive… has body odor..extremely bad breath…. his office was a mess, I didn’t see a wedding ring – no wonder! My interview was at the end of the day. I made an excuse to get out of there as he was dragging the interview on and on. I did not want to be alone in the office with him. I could see others were leaving for the night. I got out of there and didn’t look back. I set up a Google alert to see if he was getting other complaint for his behavior. When I was alerted about a complaint he filed against a trucking company, I learned about this site. I felt it was time to come forward. This guy is a pig. If you are interviewing with multiple companies, go with this option only if you are completely desperate. I’m using a fake name and city because I don’t want this guy stalking me or filing a law suit against me. Lawyers suck. The moral police should arrest this guy. He is a self-centered narcassist. Are people that desperate that he feels he can conduct himself that way during an interview? Thank you for listening. .

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