The Internet is all in a tizzy after a conversation between one woman and a potential employer went viral. After asking about compensation- she was denied her previously scheduled interview.
It sparked the question- who is wrong and when is okay to ask for compensation?
When they caught wind of all of the conversation, SkipThe Dishes issued an apology-- kinda
A lot of people are asking why they had to share her personal information to prove they contacted her, why didn't they call her (or at least not message through FACEBOOK) and why, if that isn't really their policy, then did they have a manager who assumed it was?