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30+ days ago

Bonobos Store Manager

Bonobos San Jose, CA

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30 days ago

Bonobos Sales Associate

Bonobos San Jose, CA

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30+ days ago

Bonobos Store Manager, General Application

Bonobos San Francisco, CA

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    Lengthy interview process with multiple changes to the role including f/t to p/t, perm to temp, and salary before offer.

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    Pros

    They have some truly passionate hardworking employees. I really enjoyed meeting with the several employees that I interviewed with. I didn't mind that I interviewed with 7 or 8 people because I understood the company better having done so. Another pro is that I think the company is in a growth phase which is exciting.

    Cons

    I did not accept the position as the interview process lasted three months and the position I interviewed for changed from perm to temporary and other changes that I would have not applied for had it initially been disclosed. I didn't mind the thoroughness of the interview process it was that they were very indecisive in their decisions and I was really looking for a long term position. They changed it to temp to perm and as a temp they offered me salary which I wasn't happy with either. A temporary role of that nature would have needed to be hourly. During the third month of the interview process I was offered a perm position closer to home. I'm not regretful of my decision.

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    Bonobos is a good company. My only advise would be to make sure you understand what you are looking for and what you are budgeted for in a position before you go out and interview for the position. I understand things change but you have to think about the lives of the people you are interviewing, as well as what is beneficial for the company. That's my two cents.

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