Interview issues


Published Oct 10, 2012 at 05:00AM / Updated Nov 19, 2013 at 12:31AM

On Wednesday, Sept. 19, The Bulletin printed an article about interviewing candidates in which Erik Kropp stated, “In an interview process you want to get to know the candidates and they may answer differently if the public is there.”

My question is, who will know the difference unless the candidate or candidates are attached to some kind of lie detector?

They could use our secretary of state’s answer when she got caught, “I must have misspoken,” after her visit to Bosnia in 1996, about being under fire.

Would an untruth come under nonfeasance?

Wayne Grimes

Redmond