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I worked at Clayton Holdings full-time
Clayton is growing fast and there are a lot of opportunities for advancement. They pay for performance.
The company was purchased about a year ago and the culture is shifting. Work life balance no longer seems to be a priority of the company.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Clayton Holdings (Denver, CO) in February 2015.
Applied online and then had a 30 minute phone interview with H.R. Local recruiter called to set up a face to face interview and she was in a huge hurry- needed me to meet within the next 2 days. I set up a time and had 2 interviews scheduled with 2 different panels of 3 people each. I arrived on time (even though directions and parking instructions were confusing at best) and found I could not get up to the floor the company is on without a security code. The building receptionist had never heard of the company. I called and was told I must have been given "old" instructions and someone would come and get me when they had time. After being escorted upstairs I waited about 15 minutes and then was called back to interview with 3 people (they said the other 3 people I was supposed to meet were out that day). They could tell me very little about the actual job I was applying for. Questions were run of the mill interview questions, "what are your strengths and weaknesses? "what can you bring to the company that sets you apart from everyone else?" They said they would be making a decision in 3-5 days and despite this after 2 months I have not heard a word, but according to their website and H.R. Department the job is still open and I am still under consideration. I am kind of annoyed at their disorganization and unprofessionalism so I doubt I would consider working there even if they did contact me after all this time.
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Clayton Holdings provides technology-based services to help mortgage industry players such as originators, lenders, investors, regulators, and others manage their operations and risk. It offers operations support, loan and portfolio analysis, and consulting for lenders and capital markets firms. It also provides transaction management, compliance, and other software. Clayton helps the fixed-income securities market with credit risk management services and risk-filtering technologies. The company also offers staffing services, supplying mortgage professionals on a temporary ...