I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Idea Couture.
Interview Details – It was a bit unusual. I met first with someone who said she was from HR, but was really just the receptionist. Then I met with a couple other strategists who were very bright, but very junior. Then I met with the CEO, who wore sunglasses indoors. It was very creepy and he seemed to be leering at me.
Interview Question – Dine my passion for innovation. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was only offered a contract position.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Idea Couture in March 2012.
Interview Details –
applied on LinkedIn, got an e-mail fairly quickly. Setup an in-person interview at their Wellington St. address in Toronto. I was interviewed by 2 employees. I used the Idea Couture website to prepare for the interview, which was useful.
Perceptions of people/workplace: the people seemed nice enough, although I thought they shuttled me in and out of the interview rather hastily. I recommend NOT asking for any tea when they offer it to you. It wasn't until toward the end of my interview that I finally received it (lol)... ultimately, I feel as if they wasted my time a little bit because it turns out they were looking for someone with substantial experience as a Project Manager when it was clear from my resume that I didn't have that.
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