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    I applied online – interviewed at Frontier Communications.


    Hands down the strangest and rudest interviewing experience I've ever had. Had an initial phone screening with an HR employee. At first I thought the interview didn't go well because she seemed to be fixated on me not having a profile that matches completely with the job posting (but due to my asking salary, this was more than fair). But then the HR personnel emailed me and told me that the hiring manager would like to interview me within the next few days. So ok, that's cool. Well, I have a day job and so I told the HR personnel I'm taking a few days off in the next week or so, and I could perhaps do an interview then, but definitely not within the week as I did not want to interview while I was at work. HR person said "ok i'll get in touch with you in a week or two." 2 weeks went by and then she told me that the hiring manager was moving forward with other candidates. Seems a bit pointless to interview me at all to begin with. I've been having a lot of these experiences lately. It really seems like most companies don't hire wholeheartedly and/or fill all the positions that they advertise. This is becoming a larger and larger issue (according to various articles I've been reading in the NYT and the WSJ). Which begs the question... why are they doing this? HR Departments could be doing this to create work for themselves (this is after all HR's main task). Companies want to project an image to investors that they're hiring a lot as to create the false impression that their companies are doing well?

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Excellence Award , F-Secure, 2013
Top Business Partner , Mitel, 2013
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    Video Interviews Help Address Long-Term Unemployment

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Headquarters Norwalk, CT
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1946
Type Company - Public (FTR)
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR) offers voice, broadband, satellite video, wireless Internet data access, data security solutions, bundled offerings, specialized bundles for small businesses and home offices, and advanced business communications for medium and large businesses in 28 states and with approximately 17,800 employees based entirely in the United ... More

Mission: Be the leader in providing communications services to residential and business customers in our markets.

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