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    Translation Interview

    Anonymous Employee  in  Chicago, IL
    Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    Application Details

    I interviewed online. The process took 5 months - interviewed at Verilogue.

    Interview Details

    There was never a formal interview. All initial communications were made via email.
    I was asked to transcribe an audio clip from French to English; Which I did.

    A couple of months went by. When I inquired about the hiring progress, I did not receive any response. A couple of more months went by before I inquired again. That is when I got a response back saying that I did not pass the transcription test and that I should have gotten a summary note. It was surprising because I have been teaching French, English for years and at many levels from college to corporate professional classes. Moreover, I had been ignored for months before I got this response.
    When I asked multiple times to be provided with a copy of the summary, the answer I finally got was "I am not able to provide you with follow up details regarding the test you performed for us."

    To sum up, The hiring process at Verilogue is unclear and shady. I have read about companies that make people do work for them as part of the hiring process. That is how they minimize their costs. This is a good example of such companies. I just transcribed for them for free. Well done Verilogue !

    Interview Questions
    • Not getting a formal interview. not even via phone.
      They put me to work as soon as I established contact.
        Answer Question
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
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    Staff Writer Interview

    Anonymous Employee  in  Horsham, PA
    Anonymous Employee in Horsham, PA
    Application Details

    I interviewed online - interviewed at Verilogue in October 2012.

    Interview Details

    This job was posted briefly online. I applied via the online application process, providing a cover letter, resume, and writing samples. First contact was by email. Had a phone interview with the marketing manager and was then brought in for an onsite interview. First part with marketing manager went well. Second part with CTO went horribly. MM told me CTO would come in and ask me some "curveball questions." The questions were out of scope for the particular position I was interviewing for, even though I was well-prepared regarding what Verilogue produces, what they were looking for in a writer, etc. The questions and the odd grimace from the CTO (who admittedly had a running injury that may explain it) rattled me, unfortumately. Although I was more than qualified for the job and extremely interested in it and the company, they went with another hire. I must have made a horrible impression on the CTO by not masterfully handling those "curveball questions." Disappointing since I think I was otherwise a perfect fit for the position and could have really improved their product.

    Interview Questions
    • How should we market (this written product we are considering hiring you to write) to market researchers vs brand managers vs XX?   View Answer
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

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