Medieval Times, Inc. Reviews

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    I have been working at Medieval Times, Inc. part-time

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    Pros

    They have competitions and great perks. We have a yearly labor day and christmas event

    Cons

    Its only part time and there really much room for advancement

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2+ weeksinterviewed at Medieval Times, Inc. in December 2014.

    Interview

    I applied online and was contacted by phone by an executive assistant to schedule an interview. The interview was on December 2nd and was relatively simple. It was a conversational style interview with the CFO who was very easy to talk to. He told me that the next step would be to interview with the Controller who was located in CA at that time which is why I interviewed with him first. I was told I was the first interview and he had seven more that week. He mentioned that he would be making a business trip to CA the following week so it may be the week before or of Christmas that I would hear something.

    I sent a thank you email instead of a thank you card since he would be traveling. I followed up with the assistant on December 16th to find out if I would be progressing in the hiring process but she said she wasn't privy to that information but would forward my email to the CFO. I didn't hear anything back. I emailed the CFO directly on December 18th to find out once again if I would be moving forward in the hiring process. It is now January 8th and I haven't gotten any response, not even a form letter saying "blah blah blah not you blah blah blah". I don't know why companies run by people don't believe in treating candidates as people and extending common courtesy. If I spend time driving to your office and talking to you face to face, then at the very least I'd expect to be told if I was still being considered or not. Courtesy must have been busy when I followed up...expect that it will be busy if you ever apply here and are invited to interview.

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Website www.medievaltimes.com
Headquarters Dallas, TX
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1983
Type Company - Private
Industry Restaurants, Bars & Food Services
Revenue $5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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