A person invited to an interview should read the job posting and follow all instructions. There are many people that we do not interview because they do not follow the instructions on the job posting. It is unfortunate that most people today just click apply for jobs without even reading the company overview and job posting and than later show up for an interview without even knowing which position they applied for.
Answered by MYC Graphics
MYC will turn hopeful interviewees away at the door with a self-righteous remark because (as they indicate) "There are many people we do not interview because they do not follow the instructions on the job posting. It is unfortunate that most people today just click apply for jobs without even reading the company overview and job posting and then later show up for an interview without even knowing which position they applied for." Note that these hostile-sounding instructions are *not* included in the email invitation the candidate receives from them (how difficult would it be to reiterate their instructions in the email for the candidates benefit and best chance of success?) This sign company will bluntly reject people who have arrived to their offices without these documents (copy of resume, job description, references) two of which they already possess (no references up front on paper is a deal breaker? Really?) Bear in mind this is the attitude and treatment toward potential employees who have not even begun working for them yet (it stirs the imagination...) It does not appear that they are on the side of the candidate, rather, it seems that they actually look forward to the opportunity to spitefully and smugly dismiss hopeful candidates.
Don't forget your job descript in printed format
Answered - Web Developer (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON
Do not even bother, they just want you to work for nothing
Answered - Graphic Designer (Former Employee) - Mississauga, ON