“Bots or humans?” Bookstore slammed after job ad with unrealistic expectations

'Bots or humans?'  Bookstore slammed after job ad with unrealistic expectations

The bookstore is hiring for five roles.

A job advertisement from a bookstore in Delhi, which was supposed to attract talented candidates from social media platforms, has gone viral for the wrong reasons, with users calling the requirements for the roles “unrealistic”. The bookstore, Kunzum, is hiring for five roles: graphic designer, video editor, event manager, salesperson and content creator. But the claims in the ad have left many people scratching their heads.

The job posting mentions that “we work weekends, holidays and all hours. WFH is not an option.” This was a requirement that users found very controversial. In addition, the ad states that candidates must have a “bubbly” personality, always smile naturally and be social enough to talk to strangers.

The book chain’s post has sparked a host of critical comments. Social media users are questioning the company’s expectations of its employees, arguing that the demands are unrealistic and unfair. They also point out that the ad perpetuates harmful stereotypes about what it means to be a good worker.

Here are some interesting comments from users about the job ad:

The discussion has also highlighted the importance of flexibility and work-life balance in the workplace. In today’s world, many people are no longer willing to sacrifice their personal lives for their jobs.

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