I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at The Washington Post.
Interview Details – A highly unprofessional experience. I was contacted via email within 2 weeks after applying online. The HR/Recruiter at Washington Post and I emailed back and forth about a time to speak. We set a time to talk and she said they would call me at a specific time on a specific day; it was confirmed by another email. I never received the call from the HR/recruiter. I tried to call and email her after waiting for her to call. She just never responded.
Interview Question – no questions were asked because they blew off the appointment/phone call Answer Question
Make The Headlines. Every Day. Want to work for an organization whose impact and reach are respected around the world? Want a job where you actually make a difference instead of just show up? At The Washington Post… — Full Overview
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