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ZeroChaos Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
    Human Resources & Staffing
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ads in Sandusky, OH
on May 3, 2021
great gig, flexible, hard for someone people to understand thejob, some people get let go very early on, i9 contractors not employees, underpaid for the skillset and education required
Ads Quality Rater in Remote
on January 15, 2021
You only get paid for the actual amount of time you are reviewing. You are expected to pause when you use the restroom or answer the door. It is harden than an office environment. You don't meet with any other employees and you have no one to ask any questions. Ki
Ads Quality Rater in Orlando, FL
on December 1, 2020
Remote work from home. All onboarding was online, but there appeared to be a lot of foot-dragging from the person doing my background check, and then some more from the HR representative how was supposed to checking my references. Paid training was given at start and I felt well prepared for work that I very much enjoyed. However, as time went on, I began recieving additional types of tasks as expected, but these tasks did not come with additional training and the various sets of instructions were not clear, at best, the instructions were entirely to vague for me to be certain that I was doing what was expected and at worse there parts of instructions that were contradicting other parts of instruction set. Having remote employees scattered across the globe, there was no one place to call in order to get clarification on any such issues and seeking online support wasn't productive because we were all sending emails to gum up the works. This is also about the time that we started having drastic changes in the amount of work avaible each week. Then the end of my annual contract was approaching and the contract I had stated that they would give notice ahead of time so that those who would not be having their contracts renewed had the opportunity to get employement elsewhere. About three weeks after I should have notified, I was told that my contract had been extended. Wasn't much work available, but I, along with everybody else assumed this was yet another temporary glitch. One Monday morning I logged in and received notice that everyone in my group were laid off, effective immediately, Immediately being that Friday, three days prior to the Monday someone decided to tell me I was already unemployed and didn't know it.
ad rater in Remote
on September 30, 2020
The schedule was flexible however the work was project based and inconsistent. Work was not always available. Monotonous tasks with confusing instructions.
Several Positions in Remote
on April 21, 2020
The bulk of my career advancement happened organically with ZeroChaos. I was fortunate enough to have some awesome leaders throughout my tenure. Opportunities for advancement were everywhere and they were really great about promoting from within.
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Insights from 18 Indeed users who have interviewed with ZeroChaos within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview Questions

No interview everything coordinated by email

Shared on October 27, 2017

They don't do an interview for remote work, at least I was not interviewed.

Shared on November 28, 2016

What is your knowledge about the German culture and language?

Shared on August 30, 2016
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