Screened via phone call from the outsourced office in the Philippines
They call you from a 1800 number but use a random area code. Could be coming from Nebraska, Kentucky- who knows. Combined with the fact that they use a dialing system that can skip rings and send straight to voicemail, they have audacity to act as though you missed the call and are somehow already at fault before the interview starts. antisocial. They enter a lengthy process seeking candidates who have nothing going on in their lives so as to make room for part time work. Good for some.
Down to Earth
Phone interview with HR, face to face interview with recruitment managers. I was hired within a couple of hours.
Brief and professional.
Fine, nothing exceptional.
Didn't really interview - just submitted my application for the specific scoring position, and based on being qualified and getting the background checks done, I was hired.
Just lots of questions.
You get to meet with the supervisor one on one, asked the normal questions about your background and how you would fit into the position. There is a focus on your personality as you only work with 1, maybe 2 people at a time at the center. The focus also helps so that they know how you handle people, like the testers.
Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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