volttide61529dAnd they will give you low income later, these guys just need to be destroyed already
Root7038929dMy current employer interviewed me like six times. 🙄
Amazon does max 3, for the record.
amatrelan72428dHmm I think I was lucky, I was only interviewed once (only my boss) and not even hr interview 🤔
I'm reminded of someone I knew whose job interview went like this:
"What religion are you ?"
"Your hired !"
Same here !
Meanwhile, a guy of a certain religion I know, tried to put an advert in a newspaper advertising for staff for a particular day of the week who wasn't religion xxxxxx, and got into so much hot water for it, and it was his religion !
He said, I run a 24/7 company, I gotta have staff there all the time.
As a student, I am so not looking forward to this bologna. I've done 3 internships so far and none of them required that much interview gunk besides, "how did you build X project from your github page?"
C0D46170028dI've been doing it wrong my entire career. The fact that people have to endure 3, 4 even 6 interviews amazes me.
1 interview, maybe 1 with upper management and the process is over.
Everyone has more then enough to weed out if your capable or not, plus that 6 months probation goes along way if you're not.
volttide61528dI remembered that on my last interview on a startup, they asked me why I grew my beards... I were unemployed dammit, can't you see?!
I remember an interview for one internship was very simple:
Question "Can you cycle 100 miles a day ?"
Answer "Yes !"
"Your hired !"
Or rather, you can work for us for 6 months and if you are good enough @ the end of that, we'll hire you on an entry level salary of $50k...
Now, at only being able to cycle 50 miles at best, that is when I started to build my own electric bike..