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ProsGreat team and company culture where someone is always willing and eager to help you out. Fast-paced, collaborative work environment. Many opportunities to try new things and learn new skills
ConsThe transition to optionally remote work provides many benefits, but makes it challenging to get to know/collaborate with people who are not on your direct team
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Wodify (United States)
InterviewThis interview process was the worst I have experienced in my entire life. I really don't know where to begin. The company reached out to me online, I did not apply. I first had a phone screening interview, several weeks later a interview with the hiring manager and then a final interview with the CEO, hiring manager and a team member. The time for this process took over a month, which is very unusual compared to other jobs I have interviewed for. Then they asked that I create a presentation answering six customer support questions several days prior to the final interview with the CEO and two others. This was a red flag from the beginning, but I developed the presentation anyway. I should have trusted my gut and cancelled because the unnecessary process should have been a red flag that they are not a fit for me. Anyway, I get on the interview and they are very late. When I finally get on, they say they are going to comb through my experience. Well, they did much more than that. They asked about my ENTIRE LIFE. It was the most unpleasant interview I have ever had in my life and it felt very disrespectful to me. They asked questions from why I didn't live home with my parents after college (very personal) to what small part-time jobs I worked while in school. They asked me which part-time job I liked most. They asked why I hadn't been hired yet on my job hunt. They asked questions about if I had siblings, what my ambitions were out of college, and how I paid for college and living. The whole thing was strange and brought up the topic of me having to work to survive when I was young. (once again waaaaaay too private). I have been interviewed by the federal government for my past jobs and their investigator did not ask me these kind of questions. I felt like he wanted to see if I came from an affluent background or not and he certainly asked enough questions to be certain I came from poverty. BUT me overcoming that history wasn't impressive for him... After that hour long interrogation, after which I had to decompress from having gone over my painful past, we took a ten minute break. I got refocused and practiced my presentation I had prepared for the second hour. They are were late once again getting back on for the second hour. But then...then...they told me that in the break they decided not to move forward with me...I hadn't even done the presentation yet and they never asked me about the job. You can't make this stuff up, folks! They also said they cannot share why they are not moving forward either. One thing I got out of talking about myself for an hour is that I have had one heck of a ride and THIS interview goes down in the books. If you are self-made, no-nonsense person don't bother with this place. There is something very odd about the whole thing that I can't put my finger on. I don't know if I was discriminated against or someone played a practical joke on me. Anyway, I hope this helps someone like me from wasting their time. I will never forget this terrible experience.
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