Reporter: Jon Chubb
Date published: January 31, 2019
ons Applications UK
22-year-old Olivia Bland participated in the interview on the software company Web Applications UK in Oldham on Monday, but she was offered the job, but in a letter she posted on Twitter, she explained the reasons why she rejected the offer.
"The interview process yesterday was very unpleasant to me. I understand the impact Craig tried to have, but no one should come out of a job interview, so upset that they are crying at the bus stop. "
" There is something very good for me about a man who tries his best to scare and assert power over a young woman and continues to push even when he can see that he makes someone uncomfortable with tears. "
Yesterday morning I had a job interview for a job with a company called Web Applications UK. After a brutal 2-hour interview, where CEO Craig Dean treats me and my writing to strips (and called me a sub-test), I was offered the job. This was my answer today. pic.twitter.com/gijDpsEVHY
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In response to the claims, Dean sent a statement on Twitter and said: "He was so sorry someone has been injured, it is never my purpose. "
Speaking to the press function, Miss Bland said:" He would tell me and wanted to show his authority and power. "
Her rejection letter has been divided thousands of times on social media and has triggered a number of comments on Dean and Web Applications UK.
Miss Bland continued: "I also want to make it known that there are a number of reviews about your company and Craig online, everyone says very similar things to me."
 She added, "I feel privileged to be good enough for the job. I don't. I don't want to correct anyone who gets a kick out of attacking young women, calling them underachievers, and making them visible There is no one I will ever work for, none of the "benefits" of the job may tempt me. "
" I have been in this position before: they tear you down, abuse you, take you to breakpoint "And then they take you out to dinner or buy you a gift to complain and make it seem like a nice guy. This job is supposed to be adopted. I don't want it."
I'm so sorry that someone has been hurt, it's never my purpose. I have watched the messages as heroes all night and humble themselves in this lack of sleep and anxiety-driven message: pic.twitter.com/8fb0njtzYF
– Craig Dean (@UncleThargy) January 30, 2019  In a statement on his own Twitter, Dean said: "Hear someone's pain, heartbreaking, hear that they feel you're the cause, are destructive. I don't want to see anyone hurt, and can just apologize if something I've done has had that effect; it wasn't my purpose. "