Job applicant Attacked Recruitment Staff after telling Him ‘he failed the initial interview’

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A job applicant in an Ortigas Center office in Pasig City allegedly ganged up on a female recruitment staff after telling him “he failed the initial interview”.

The suspect Julian Palad III, fled immediately the iStaff Solutions office after the attack. Palad didn’t put any contact address or numbers on his resumé, and His last work experience was year 2000.

His Facebook profile says he graduated from University of the East with a BSBA Major in Marketing degree.

If you know the suspect or his whereabouts please contact the police number 911.

 

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