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Updated Nov 30, 2021

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Screening interview, followed by a take-home assessment consisted with two question, one of which was specific scenario with clients, then final interviews with 3 managers, one of which was a role play with client

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I went to two round of interviews and eventually withdrew from the process because of poor candidate experience. The first interview with the recruiter was straight-forward and I was advanced to the second interview with the hiring manager. Unfortunately, the hiring manager was 15 minutes late to the 30 minute interview. I went out of my way to reach out to both the recruiter and hiring manager 5 minutes into the interview to see if the interview was still scheduled as planned. I also had a hard stop at the 30 minute mark. No word from either of them. Just when I was about to leave, the hiring manager showed up and apologized for the technical difficulties. I feel as though they could have at least sent me a message to let me know in advance or offered to reschedule. Since I was interviewing for a Recruiting Manager role, I didn't feel like they embodied the candidate experience to the level that I uphold my current team. The Recruiter ultimately reached back out to me the following day, to which I took the opportunity to withdraw from the process.

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MBA question - I worked in strategy consulting (big 4) for 2 years and have done 1 year in a S&O role at DoorDash. TC is well over $150 but cash component is low 100s. To be honest, it feels like it’ll take 3-4 years to get 150k+ cash (likely senior manager). Would getting an MBA accelerate my compensation growth? Or are there other tech companies with S&O roles out there that pay higher base 4-5 years into my career?