Will My Boss Blame Me?

Dear Experts, A person I worked with at a previous company reached out to me about a job opening at my current firm. I enjoyed working with her in the past and she's very good at what she does, so I recommended her to my boss. Well, she did great in the interview and got offered the job on-the-spot, which she accepted. She was supposed to start the job tomorrow, but just e-mailed my boss, with me cc'd on it explaining that she has to decline the offer and is taking a different job that is better suited for her. I'm working remotely today (thank goodness) , and have no idea what to say to my boss. Do you think he'll blame me? My boss stopped looking for candidates and canceled interviews after he offered her the job, now he is going to have to start all over. What should I do? Our Twitter Advice Project (T.A.P.) is no longer an active campaign. To find an answer to the above question, please use the "Search" box in the right-hand column of this website.

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PowerPoint – the “stirrups” of presentations

Some people say that stirrups took the skill out of horse riding. Stirrups made it too easy for riders to stay on their horses.

PowerPoint is thought to have done the same for presentations. By organizing your ideas, thoughts, and information in a series of slides, meetings start to look the same.

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