So a professional acquaintance that I've chatted with briefly only once or twice in the past few years asked me to forward her resume on to a hiring manager at my company. Though we are connected on Linkedin, I really don't know this person that well and frankly, I'm not sure I want to forward it on based on some previous interactions.
When I asked why they wanted to work at my company, they gave a generic response such as "I liked the office at the time I visited." There's also been some other interactions I've had that have made me question whether it would be a positive experience to work with them. What's a polite way to turn them down without burning a bridge / offending them?
I am only talking about passing along a resume, not recommending them. There aren't serious professional issues (that I'm aware of) - and by serious I mean things like "punctuality", etc., but I have never worked with them, so it would be virtually impossible to recommend them from a professional standpoint.