Q successfully obtained a position in our client company, Company X. He thankfully accepted the job he was offered and mentioned that he’s happy to joined such reputable organization.
A few weeks later, he came back to us that he’d like to resign from Company X. The reason given was due to terrible politic culture in the company. He mentioned that he was bullied by whole department hence he couldn’t bear with it. Also, he blamed at recruiter that did not provide the clear picture of the company’s culture before sending him to interview.
We have doubt on his integrity and when we further investigate with Company X, we find out that the real story behind was, Q was not capable with the role and he intended to apply a long leave for vacation with short notice. Hence company rejected his leave application as this is unresonable because he was still in probation period.
Q then went missing in action after he knew that we’ve found out the real reason behind, leaving us plenty of doubts and questions. We don’t understand that why Q would rather to tell a lie than telling us the truth.
Don’t lie to people, unless you’re absolutely sure that people will never find the truth. Also, never simply accept a job offer just because you’re desperate to. Find a job that you’re really passionate in and eventually you’ll stay long in the position.
Lesson learned :
For Every Good Reason There Is To Lie, There Is A Better Reason To Tell The Truth.