n of death work with that person. It has been my experience that when anybody starts telling you how "fair", "honest" blah, blah, blah and has the attitude that they don't have time to speak with you they a. probably aren't and b. are just too important to work with liddle ole me so i will take it somewhere else. Drop Ms. importante like a hot rock and move on to another client.
When she sends you an email wondering why you have not submitted any candidates politely mention that you got the impression that she did not have time to work with you effectively so you didn't want to waste her time. If she would like to take a few minutes to discuss the process with you or meet for lunch oryou would just love to come by her office to visit for 10 minutes perhaps you can work for her effectively.
That attitude is one that spells TROUBLE. Let somebody else deal with her royal horses rear and move on. I would let my candidate know that you feel the person is playing games and if the candidate wants to move forward on his own go for it but you are backing off from working with them. They may be wonderful to work for in other departments but your impression has not been a good one. It sounds like you might save your candidate from a disaster. HR and recruiting normally exhibit the attitude of the company in general unless they are rogue bitch with an ego problem.
Go Back, it's a trick. Exit , run , don't look back , bad deal, don't touch it, life is too short.…