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Direct access to CEO. Good pay. Focused mission. A thorough, deep understanding of Capital Markets makes Euclid Innovations an effective partner to financial institutions - not just another staffing company.
No serious flaws or drawbacks. For the most part it is a fun place to work with friendly, dedicated people.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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The process took 1 day – interviewed at Euclid Innovations (Charlotte, NC) in November 2011.
This company seemed very unprofessional. Though working in a prestigious building in downtown Charlotte, the office was dirty, undecorated, and there were wires and extension chords crossing the floors. As for the interview, it was with an HR representative and an executive of the company. The HR representative was very courteous and professional, though did not say anything during the entire interview.
Most of the questions directed by the executive were actually questions about the company I currently worked for, their revenue, how many employees they had, and more information about their business structure and model. He barely asked me anything about myself and I felt like I was being interrogated for inside information about my current workplace. I let him know that I didn't know if I should answer some of the questions because it may be considered proprietary information, and he responded rather contemptuously, "Oh, so that means you don't know." I responded that if the information was public record, then he was more than welcome to research the stats on his own time. After I told him what I could about my current employer, he acted like the interview was over even though I had a list of questions. He answered some of them, mostly dismissively and not it a clear manner, and then I was shown out.
I felt like a defeated pawn by the time I left Euclid Innovations. Needless to say, there was no offer extended and no second interview. I wrote then a letter thanking them for their time and attention anyway. I question as to whether or not they were looking for a new employee at all. I have not been an employee at this company, but my gathered impression was an unprofessional, discourteous atmosphere.
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