Jobseeker receives foul-mouthed rejection email!

Jobseeker receives foul-mouthed rejection email!

A jobseeker has been left stunned after receiving what could be the UK’s rudest ever reject letter which described him as “an old, aesthetically challenged guy with no teeth”.

James Allen, 48, had clearly failed to impress his prospective employers at an interview but was surprised to receive the foul-mouthed email rant when he requested feedback.

Allen believed that an interview with window and conservatory manufacturer, Right Price PVCu, for a position had gone well until he received the rude rejection.

Sarah Haseler, Right Price PVCu Director, didn’t withhold her true feelings towards Allen was she described him as “one of the most irritating, rude, obnoxious and arrogant people she had ever had the misfortune to meet”.

The e-mail continued: “I only wish I''d have seen your CV beforehand, to save us both the time, as I would have probably noticed your main job role as ''professional p****''. You are not only the most inappropriate person for this job, but probably for any job. You will spend the next few years applying for, only to get rejected as soon as they meet you.

“Also for an old aesthetically challenged guy with no teeth, you have an unbelievable amount of confidence,” she said.

Sarah had written a more standard rejection in a second email but sent her first ''therapeutic rant'' by mistake. However, she has defended her views by insisting that Allen was extremely “derogatory, belittling and offensive” during their interview.

She added: “James was so unbelievably rude, inappropriate and insulting, towards me personally and also the company. I was genuinely shocked, hurt and angered by his behaviour and attitude, and the things he said.

Allen, a former serviceman of Princetown, Devon, revealed that the letter had “knocked his confidence” and said: "There''s no way as a professional, and especially as a director of a company, that you would treat somebody that way. I really didn''t expect something as nasty as that.

“Just because I''m a man and I''m 48 doesn''t mean that I can''t get upset,” he stated.


Article Source: HR Grapevine