Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Remilon.
On-boarding and training process was thorough. There was no interview for my position, but application requires two article samples, and a "test-article" after training. Completion of first article, and successful revision of that article is a condition of employment. It's a lot of training for the pay they offer, and guidelines for writers are pretty nit-picky.
- Not really a question: content writers are asked to submit a first article based on training, which determines if an offer is made. Mine was "sent back for edits" four times. 1 Answer
There was no negotiations phase for independent contractors, everyone starts at $8/hr. They claim that raises come quickly and regularly, but not in my experience, I'm in my second year with them, and still have seen no pay increase.
- No OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Remilon (Mountain View, CA) in March 2014.
I applied online through their website. Three round of interviews: 1. HR 2. Manager 3. Onsite with 8 people in the group of two people. HR phone screening was simple with basic questions like your past experience, what are your expectations, why are you looking for a new job, compensation, etc. Manager phone call was interesting with a lot of scenario based questions like what would you do if the page conversions are not improving, or client is unhappy. Deep digging into past experience and current project. Onsite interview call was tiresome. Started at 9am in the morning and lasted until 2pm. They offered no lunch or snacks:( - Questions based on their current data in an excel sheet and asking to analyze that - General questions about good and bad situations at work place, what you don't like about your current job, what would yo like to change, etc. - High level and difficult questions like "Hoe would you double the business"? I thought that the expected answer was beyond the skill required for this position. - Very interesting chat with one of the founders and the project manager about company's future Overall, I thought that the interview process was good. Pros: - The company outlook looks great - Intelligent people and great interview questions overall - Great location - HR girl is very helpful and responsive (they cover all my expenses for onsite interview) Cons: - No lunch or snacks offered - No tour of the company
- How would you double the business? Answer Question
- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Remilon (Mountain View, CA) in December 2012.
I originally met them at a Career Fair where I had my first initial interview(short technical interview). From there, they followed with a phone interview that was more about talking about the company and my personal preferences. Next was an onsite interview that had more technical questions related to what they use.
- Why would you choose this implementation over another, what benefits would it provide? Answer Question