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I applied forr Accounts Payable position through Addison Group Ms. Emily. I went to an in person interview with V.P. Finance and Controller all went very good. they asked me to make up some new was of doing Accounts Payable. I emailed the V.P. of Finance and Controller to advise I took a position with Goodwill and wanted to remove my name for their position. They wrote back thank me for my time and the information I sent to revamp the Accounts Payable position showed leadership and very maticial thinking. Then V.P. of Finance called Ms. Emily of Addison Group and told her how unprofessional I was and They will never do business with Addison Group again. Ms. Emily call me to see what happened. Ms. Emily advise me she had to drop me as a client and my 10 year relation ship was over.
I applied for an Accounts Payable position. I received and viedo interview with Ms. Henry and V.P of Finance. Three weeks later got email invite to see facility and reviefew Accounts Payable position. My experience of 35 years in Accounting field made me think this was the perfict oppturnity. I went to office and stood out side the building 45 mintues before the security officer allowed me in. Ms. Henry came down stairs and signed me in. We walked to the second floor and started our walk of the office, she showed me my desk the computor system and said the job was mine and I had to wait 2 weeks for the payroll syscle and would receive a offer letter and laptop to work from home. I waited two weeks and sent email to Ms. Henry to find out were my offer letter and laptop were. Ms. Henry and V.P of Finance sent email back you did not get the job.The next day the Director of employment Chip Bryan called me and said I was one of three candities and I did not get the job because I was 45 minutes late to interview and I brought personal effects to office. I tod him that is a silly excuse and who did get the position? Mr. Briant replied no one. They have relisted the position and look for better candiates. I said thank you I gave up two jobs Drypro and Hendrix Moters and now in jeporty of lossing my dream Mountain Cabin . He said that was the cost of doing business.
POLICE INVESTIGATES TWO SEPARATE FATAL COLLISIONS
2 individual expired on a separate crashes in Charlotte on Monday, cops claim.
The first collision occurred just around 5:30 pm on Lees Crossing Drive in northeastern Charlotte.
Cops also confirmed a car has lost all control and entered the wrong lane. The person was admitted to the hospital and died afterward.
The other accident occurred when an S.U.V smashed into an eastern Charlotte house on Cello Row.
Emergency medical officers stated that 1 person was declared dead within the building, and 2 others have been hospitalized.
Authorities say they 're trying to gather further details about the accident.
No further detail has been given yet.
AN INDIVIDUAL SUSTAIN LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES AFTER HIT BY A VEHICLE IN CHARLOTTE
As per Physician, a guy is badly injured after he is hit by a vehicle in northwestern Charlotte.
Officers rushed to the incident along Beatties Ford Rd between Ave East and the intersection with the highways 85 and 77.
The doctor also said the individual has been transported with severe injury to Novant Healthcare Primary.
There were no more specifics published at this point.
ONE CITIZENS GOT SHOT WHILE TRAVELING IN CHARLOTTE
A guy was shot while driving in southwestern Charlotte.
Cops also said the incident took place about seven p.m. To S. Tryon Road just off Remount Lane.
The guy told the police that he has just parked his car when he got shot. He had a minor bullet injury on his foot and had been taken to a medical facility.
Strong cop operation was on Barringer Road, at surrounding Rebellion Estate.
No charges have been bought yet.
No further details were given.
CHARLOTTE CRIME STOPPERS ARE INVESTIGATION AFTER TWO HOMICIDE
Cops inquiring after 2 different murders in northwest Charlotte late Friday.
Inspectors first replied nearly at Nine p.m. to Hoskins Street in northwestern Charlotte.
Policemen said that a neighbor who knew the victim called Emergency asking cop. When cops came inside of the rented house, they discovered Cashona Tate, 39, killed inside.
Officials did not say what resulted in the tragedy, and did not release the details of Tate death. No one charged.
The secondary inquiry was held shortly after 9:30 p.m. In Vice-Court.
When police officers arrived, they discovered Paul Belsham, 65, killed within the house.
Crime Stoppers and officers on the murder scene arrived to carry out an inquiry and obtain information.
Ultimately a preliminary inquiry showed Belsham was killed — he had been stabbed repeatedly during an attack.
Officials did not know what prompted the attack and no one was charged