My recruiter said I needed to get my hair cut by a big-name salon

Posted September 20, 2018 12:15:16Recruiter Ryan McCall said I was a “talent,” but he said I “needed to get the hair cut.”

McCall, who was in a job interview, said he was a recruiter for an organization called Hometown Talent, which was hiring for a marketing director position.

I had recently completed a video game project.

The recruiter suggested I go to a salon.

I went and went to a few places, and they all had no one to go with me.

I did my best to ask for help, but I didn’t know where to go or who to ask.

The hair stylist was friendly, but it was obvious I was doing it wrong.

She told me I had to go to her office, which is across the street.

I said, “What are you doing?

You’re going to come and get me?”

She said, I don’t have to do this.

I told her I would come to her, and I went.

She said I had a lot of experience.

She looked at me like I was crazy.

She gave me the job, but when I got there she didn’t take me anywhere.

I didn, either.

I called HR and they told me they’d give me a chance.

After I started getting some tips, I went to HR and told them about what had happened.

I asked if they’d help me find the salon, and the guy on the phone told me that they’d tell me if they were willing to help.

He said, It’s not a big deal.

I was so upset, I had no choice but to leave.

I wasn’t ready to leave my job.

The HR guy, who I didn.t know, asked me if I wanted to stay, and he said, If you’re really upset about what happened, let me know and I’ll do something about it.

So, after I left, I called Houshometown Talent and said I wanted the job.

He wanted me to meet with him at his office, and after that, he told me if he was willing to take me to his office again, he’d be happy to give me the position.

So I did.

But it was too late.

I never even went to the salon.