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sarafe
3y

They ask me if I have girlfriend(s), I speechless for maybe 5-10 second, then they told me the answer is define my sallary..

Is that normal / common question.?

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  • 11
    No, it is not.

    They are mixing personal with business.

    Asking about that should only function to find a person that fits within the company and not for anything else.
  • 13
    It's legally questionable, depending on where you are in the world, but no matter where you are, it's extremely unprofessional, and doesn't speak well for how life would be as a fulltime employee.
  • 10
    And that's really your proudest bug squash experience? (wk216)
  • 3
    "Why do you care? Why does that influence my salary? It shouldn't, because I provide value to you, and I expect you to pay me as such. Stop trying to bargain my ability to buy food."
  • 6
    @Fast-Nop He squashed those interviewers
  • 2
    Yes, but none of them know about each other.
  • 0
    @M1sf3t Its comments like this that make me realize how un-fucked up my state is compared to other people.
  • 1
    No, doesn’t matter if you have a SO or family, that’s no company business
  • 0
    Wow I've never heard that one.
  • 2
    @N00bPancakes They ask that because someone in a relationship has more chance to have children thus having to take some time off. Another one towards women only is: Do you have any children? If not, there's once again more chance.

    Anyway, it's illegal in many places and should be in the rest too.
  • 2
    @Jilano @N00bPancakes

    It goes the other way too. A married employee is less likely to flake out and leave for another offer.
  • 0
    @Nanos Who knows, they might be into it!

    PS: Don't miss any details
  • 0
    @Nanos That seems like a fun experience for everyone involved
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