I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Intuit in February 2013.
Interview Details – This review includes 1 current and 1 prior interview (which occurred a few months ago). Same general experience that lacked professionalism and showed zero lack of respect for my time.
The first interview, many months ago, consisted of talking with 3 levels of recruiters (phone), the hiring manager (phone), 2 team members (phone), 2 team members (onsite), waiting a month to learn that an internal employee took the position. Why was it still open to internal employees at that point? To me, that shows a complete lack of respect for my time.
The recent interview: I was supposed to be there at 9:45 for the setup of an interview that would last all day. I was early. The person that was supposed to meet me and help me setup never showed. When the interview finally started, one person (apparently the prima donna of the group) dominated the conversation and asked me the same question 3 times and, because my thinking was different than hers, she stood up and walked out of the meeting. Don't read anything into that. I was calm and professional in my answer. She just disagreed or didn't like my personal approach. But, to get up and walk out during an interview is childish, unprofessional, and pathetic.
Needless to say, Intuit is off my radar forever. If this level of drama, overblown egos, and lack of professionalism is the norm - and what I would experience on the job day to day - no amount of money is worth this.
Interview Question – They asked my approach to navigation design - related to other ways I might design an example from my portfolio. View Answer
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