Melanie was straightforward. She did not care about damaging Viola’s reputation.
Viola stopped being pretentious and said, “Melanie, you can’t put it this way. Moreover, you are leaving LeapCo.”
Melanie looked at Viola indifferently. Although she knew what was on Viola’s mind, she had decided to turn a blind eye.
However, Viola had stepped on her tail. She pondered as she looked at the ground.
In just a few seconds, she looked at Viola sharply and coldly. “Miss Shaw, you must be mistaken. I chose to leave LeapCo. I wasn’t fired.”
Viola knew she had pissed Melanie off. She was a little afraid and stuttered upon looking at Melanie’s sharp gaze.
However, many people were in the conference room looking at her. Viola could only hide her guilt and say, “It makes no difference, after all.”
Melanie remained silent for a while before lowering her eyelids again.
She felt she must have lost her mind trying to argue with Viola.
“Let’s end the meeting here. Look for me in my office if you have any doubts.” Melanie did
not plan to waste her time arguing with Viola and left the conference room.
Yana followed closely behind. She had a serious expression on her face. Melanie knew she had something to say. She broke the silence by saying, “Ask whatever you want.”
“Are you really resigning?” asked Yana doubtfully.
Melanie nodded and said, “I’m leaving the company next month.”
“Why?” The frown on Yana’s face deepened.
Melanie froze. It seemed everyone who knew she was resigning from LeapCo did not understand her choice and would ask her why.
Her eyelashes fluttered before she answered indifferently, “I got a new job offer and decided to accept it.”
Yana did not believe it and wanted to say something more.
However, Melanie stuffed her a contract and said, “Proofread this and hand it to the HR department.”
Melanie worked in her office all morning. Soon, it was noon, and she received a message from
She reminded Melanie about the interview session in the afternoon.
Quite a number of interns were interested in the job, and they were going to be interviewed in groups of three.
Upon walking into the conference room, Tina greeted her, “Come over here. We’re going to have a tough afternoon today. I have a feeling this interview will only end in three hours.”
Melanie nodded and was about to take a seat when the conference room door was opened again. Eugene walked in expressionlessly.
Melanie was slightly taken aback to see him.
Tina stood up and asked, “Mr. Scott, why are you here?”
Before Eugene could say anything, Viola rushed in.
With a bright smile, she strode toward Eugene and stopped by his side as she whispered, “I’m sorry, I went to pick up a call.”
Melanie understood upon seeing this that Eugene had brought Viola to ‘learn‘.
She looked away and said nothing.
Only Melanie, Tina, and another staff member interviewed the interns.
Melanie’s seat was by the door.
However, with Eugene and Viola’s arrival, she was forced to sit in the middle of everyone.
Melanie and Eugene were sitting close by, and her arm would bump into his if she moved.
She felt uncomfortable and suggested, “I don’t think it’s appropriate for me to sit in the middle with you around, Mr. Scott. You should be the one sitting here.”