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Well, it is also a turnoff to have someone sit across from you in a job interview banging on about how much they hate(d) their old/current employer.
Visitors may also join hosts at a social or service club, perhaps like one that they belong to at home, and share experiences that the average visitor might never see or hear about.
In addition, their children could also compare notes on the differences in culture.
What is it with hiring managers who want the perfect person for next to nothing?? Well, it's kind of like my friend who refuses to date anyone who can't spell 'their' correctly.
She has undoubtedly missed out on meeting some lovely men because of this, just as clients miss out on genuinely great candidates when they refuse to think outside the square.