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It is wrong to send ‘I’ll like to know you better’ to male CEOs




HR specialist, Ivie Ibitoye, sounds a note of warning to female job seekers on the type of language to avoid during and after a job interview with male CEOs.

Ivie Ibitoye

According to Ivie in an Instagram post, sending suggestive words to a male CEO can put the female applicant in a vulnerable position.

The HR specifically pointed out the phrase “I’ll like to know you better” as a context that can be misunderstood even when it means otherwise.

“Dear Female Candidates,
It is WRONG to attend a job interview and then send the MALE CEO an email telling him that you would like to ” know him better” whether or not you get the job.
Your intentions may be noble but it can be misunderstood .
This “Shoot your shot” is getting out of hand,” she wrote.


It is wrong to send 'I'll like to know you better' to male CEOs - HR manager warns ladies

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