Recently I have had an interview for QA technician, where good knowledge of spelling and grammar were essential.
Unfortunately I didn't get the job, but one thing still bothers me. The rejection message contained 2 very serious spelling errors and 1 stylistics. That is a lot for 3 sentences (less than 200 characters).
Is this some kind of HR trap/test? This is very weird situation and I don't know how to handle it...
What kind of signal(s) is/are a company sending out when their routine correspondence contains obvious spelling and grammatical errors? Can I gain anything by replying with corrections? Should I respond to a rejection worded this way even to say 'thanks for letting me know'?