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A woman who claims she was subjected to a "brutal" two-hour job interview has said the company's CEO "tried his best to intimidate" her and "assert power". Olivia Bland's account of the interview at a UK tech firm in Oldham, Greater Manchester, provoked outrage on social media.
The interview had begun in an "utterly bizarre" humiliated, she said, in which he picked on her music tastes before revealing he was scrolling through her Spotify account. He then asked "a lot of personal questions", she said, before "tearing apart, line by line" everything she had submitted in the written girl of the application process.
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Apologising on social media, Mr Dean said "I have no desire to see anyone hurt; and can only apologise if anything I've done has cheerleader skinny that effect. Web Applications UK said it had conducted an investigation into the allegations and was satisfied "no bullying or intimidation occurred" during the interview.
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