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Do not ask questions that raise red flags
By asking “Is relocation a requirement?” Videotape the interview to identify unwanted gestures. Answer a question with another question
If the interviewer asks you what salary you expect, try answering by saying “That is a good question. the interviewer may assume that you do not want to relocate at all. Successful interviews are one that concludes as if you and the interviewer are long lost friends. Avoid these signs of nervousness and tension:
Frequently touching your mouth
Faking a cough to think about the answer to a question
Gnawing on your lip
Tight or forced smiles
Swinging your foot or leg
Folding or crossing your arms
Picking at invisible bits of lint
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Superintendent Dennis Tobin — who was Sparta High School principal when the alleged student-on-student attack occurred in 2009, and was superintendent when the above custodian had his contract non-renewed in 2014 — declined to comment on the cases. Tobin also declined to say how much money was paid out by the district and how much was paid out by its insurer to settle the cases. In an email, he said “we do not comment on personnel or legal matters to the media. We are aware and know of your rights regarding the OPRA process and as always we will follow the legal guidelines of all submitted OPRA requests.” Paff, who serves as a founder and board member of the New Jersey Foundation for Open Government, expressed surprise at school officials’ refusal to provide the requested information. “This is public money — it’s not as if you can say this money came from nowhere,” he said. Paff noted that even if the district’s insurance carrier assumed the entire cost of both settlements, the money that funds the joint insurance fund for school districts is itself public money. The New Jersey Herald is currently attempting to obtain the requested information via the Open Public Records Act and will report its findings at a later date. Paff, who continues to speak out against confidentiality clauses in civil settlements involving public entities, said he continues to monitor and report on settlements of this type in hopes that the public will ask further questions about how their money is being spent. “You hope that if you keep calling attention to it that people will have some process to learn what their government is doing and maybe some legislator will do something,” he said. Paff noted that in both of the above cases, none of the allegations was proven or disproven. He suggested the decision by the school district or its insurer to settle may have been a pragmatic one taken solely to avoid trying what were, in fact, exaggerated or meritless claims — or that perhaps the claims were true and that school officials wished to avoid embarrassment at trial.
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