Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Red Frog Events (Chicago, IL (US)) in August 2011.
Called me for an interview a couple of hours after submitting my resume and asked me to come in for an interview. Cool office space, but these guys are young and they are clearly impressed with where and who they are. When they came out to get me he asked if I had flown in from out of town. Umm, really? You're interviewing for your General Counsel and you're too lazy to take 2 secs to look at my resume to see that I flew 1500 miles? And no, they didn't pay travel expenses. Interview went downhill from there. Basic: tell me about yourself, what do you know about the company, your favorite reality show, etc. Then they asked situational questions: if someone claimed they broke an arm at an event what would you do. Basic interview stuff.
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Red Frog Events (Chicago, IL (US)) in July 2011.
questions included: if I were in a reality television show, which one would it be?, tell me the story of your life, how would you solve the following problem -- (then I was given a legal issue to respond to); what was your greatest life challenge. interviewers (owners) were pretty deadpan and didn't ask any follow up questions to my responses, perhaps because they knew they weren't going to hire me.
the environment was creative and fun. the interview process was unusual especially for a legal interview.