I would have been upset too probably!
18-year-old Megan got a job interview at a Miller & Carter Steakhouse...it's based in the UK. "At the end of the interview, I asked when I would hear back," Dixon said. "[The interviewer] told me it was never more than a few days and she had my email."
Right when she was leaving the interview, she looked down at her phone, and the interviewer had already sent her a message. The message: "It's a no." SO she asked why hoping to learn for future interviews, and this is what she wrote:
Obviously she used the word "like" too many times in the interview.
Megan's story went viral after she tweeted screenshots of the text exchange to the company's Twitter account. The restaurant chain quickly issued a statement.
"We can't apologize enough to Megan," a spokesperson said. "It was never our intention to be disrespectful or upset her in any way. The texts were sent in error and were intended for our manager, not the candidate."
AND Megan isn't accepting the apology, "I was shocked. The least she should have given me was some proper feedback," she told The Telegraph. "And the laughing face emoji was so unprofessional. It was a really b***y thing to do."