One of my friends was seriously looking for a job and one day he went for an interview but unfortunately one car came and hit his bike from the backside. He fell down and got minor injuries. His argument with the car person went to fight. After the public interference both went to their way.
His interview with that company rescheduled to some other day.
He reached there with hope of selection and cleared 2 initial rounds of interview.
3rd round was taken by Head HR & Operation Manager and it was shocking that Operation Manager was the same guy to whom he quarreled with.
Even how he managed to face that round with confidence.
Now, time for second shock, that he got selected and got offer letter too after waiting for few hours.
He is worried now whether to join the company or not because the same car guy will be his BOSS.
Please suggest.
Chill HR

From India, Gurgaon
According to my opinion he can join because he is selected according to their capability.
second situation which he met with accident with car and the same person is his boss is un assumable.
Don't base yours career decision with un assumable act,hope u understand and guide yours frnd.

From India, Ludhiana

Asst. Manager HR in a Construction MNC
What happened outside his professional life is their personal, wheather they fight or do what ever they want. The most important part of this whole matter is the same guy select him for the job, what ever that means, wheather he saw some capability in him or he select him to take revenge. But the end point is your friend desperately need the job. So he must join. He has the capability thats why he was selected and he can proove himself at any condition.
All the best..........

From India, Calcutta

There is no harm in joining that company if he is selected as one should never combine personal life with professional one. I don't think there is anything negative thinking in the mind of that "Boss" too else he can reject him in the final round by whatsoever reason. So, don't be afraid of anything and suggest your friend to join the company ASAP.
From India, New Delhi
To my opinion, this is the best place to work, why! because his selection by the operation manager proves him to be a stable headed & genuine boss. As a manager he has the quality to keep personal & professional things separate. Never would such a boss be a hurdle in the career of the team member what may come.
We fight with our near & dear ones & tend to forget in some time. So how does a small tiff with a stranger lead to one's decision about career. If your friend is happy with the other aspects of the offer viz, package, profile & company he must opt for this & not give it a second thought. A small apology while accepting the offer can put things straight.

From India, Ahmedabad
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HR Executive
He should opt for the job coz it is based on his capabilities and situation was different for fighting.
From India, Agra
Dear all
What I persume he should try to avoid this offer if he had a job in his hand and can manage with present job. Taking a risk is worthy if it gives a benefit but at some time it may give bad impact in this case.

From India, Delhi
i am very much disagree with Mr. Dev
1. According to my opinion he can join because he is selected according to their capability.
He was selected by panel not by individual -- may be the accident incident was untold
2. second situation which he met with accident with car and the same person is his boss is un assumable.
The person in heading the operations so its confirmed that he will report to him only
3. Don't base yours career decision with un assumable act,hope u understand and guide yours frnd.
Its carrier decision not a joke. He will be the only sufferer if he leaves the current job and new organisation will react opposite after joining.

Chill HR!!

From India, Gurgaon
Hi :
It is a good plot for a Bollywood movie isnt it. Just kidding... nevertheless I understand for your friend it is a crucial and critical decision. I opine he should proceed and accept this offer. He was selected because the entire recruitment process was conducted in a professional manner wherein your friend scored based on his knowledge. Ideally if the person (who obviously holds a senior position in the company) wanted he could have influenced the decision making and steered the decision as a revenge but just like all mature professionals do he selected your friend based on his interview performance.
Please rest your fears and also of your friend and encourage him to join this company if all other factors (salary, benefits,career growth, company) suit him fine.
- Gia

From India, Pune

Administration & Liaisoning Head
I agree with Hiral, Dev and other...

I also don’t think there is anything wrong because if it was, or like your friend is worried about, he would have not been selected and offered a job but he got it which implies the guy who is not just a Head of the department but a good professional and not allowed the other things come at work. And that is really appreciating I would say and like Hiral Said "this is the best place to work" me believe too.

"He must join them"

Your query also saying that he (your friend) was too confident while his interview and cleared two rounds, and was hoping to get chance to work with them, I would suggest you to ask your friend to join them immediately and forget the past. We understand the concern but he also need to be care that he is skilled, experience and have qualification that meets the employer requirement and he got a fair chance to work with.

Second, can you please your friend and let us know about has he noticed anything like he was being criticized or facing any difficulties while his interview with Head HR & Manager Operation. Has he experience any frustration by this his head that made him worried or it is just a concern because of that accident.

Third, why don he take this as a positive thing and perhaps he has impressed his Boss with his qualification and experience and got a fair chances…. Think about it and also let this realize to your friend.

From India, Gurgaon

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