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    Executive Assistant/Office Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
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    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at GasPedal (Chicago, IL).


    I went in for three different interviews, completed a test project, and answered a questionnaire with hypothetical situations. The third interview was with about 6 or so people and lasted over 3 hours.

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    • They demanded to know what year I graduated from high school and pushed back when I tried to decline to answer personal questions about my family relationships when I was a teenager. Especially in a room full of people, those questions felt very intimidating and invasive.   1 Answer

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Headquarters Austin, TX
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded 2007
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue Less than $1 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Hi there. We’re GasPedal. We run peer-to-peer communities. We’re the company that manages,, and new brands coming soon. Our communities are for the people doing meaningful work at really big companies. We surround them with friends and support so they can achieve their mission -- and this helps them improve the lives of their millions of ... More

Mission: Our mission is to help the good guys win. Our tool is a community. We do it because these folks are changing their companies for the better. They are teaching their organizations to do right by their customers, communities, and employees. And because of the massive scale and massive resources of these companies, just a little bit of better means a whole lot of good for millions of people. This is how our little team can do a huge amount of good. This is how we make our dent in the universe.

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