Unfortunately, you can’t uncover this hidden hatred in potential staff before you hire them. I am a proponent of doing something like Walmart does when people apply for a job. You have to fill out that questionnaire about what would you do if you were confronted with this situation or what would you do if you saw people doing such and such. It’s a tool to weed out people that you feel wouldn’t be the best people to hire for a particular position. Walmart has particular questions that they flag to see how people answer them because they feel these are crucial attitude questions. They base their hiring on the way people answer these particular questions. But, the “hospital” is run by the state and the answer I always get about doing this with potential employees is that it would cost too much money so they can’t do it. I think it costs much more money to still have paper applications but who am I to say, I’m just a former patient. We are doing better about the people we hire but we still make mistakes. The situation I described about Facebook took place about five years ago. It is a constant struggle to hire the best people. I’ve personally come to believe that the “hospital” is the place where we warehouse people. No real treatment is offered. We must find a replacement for this way of dealing with people. It is against human rights and civil rights to hold people in this place against their wills. I have a whole lot of questions and a whole lot of dissatisfaction and I don’t know where to turn to solve the problems. State “hospitals” are not the answer.