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Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Francisco, CA
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Odoo (San Francisco, CA).

Interview

I first applied for a role for channel sales in Latin America. After an initial phone screen they offered to have me come in for an in-person interview, which would be several weeks out because their recruitment person was on some extended vacation and apparently they have nobody else to handle these types of things. On the Friday before my interview (Monday at 10 am) they informed me that they would be holding off on hiring for this position until January 2020, but that they had some other roles I could be interested in. I responded immediately that yes I would like to hear about the other roles and asked whether or not I should still come in on Monday to discuss them. The recruiter did not respond but also did not cancel the google calendar appointment for me to come in, leaving me in a position where I was unsure if I was expected to show up or not. On Monday, I called them as soon as the clock struck 9:00am to ask whether I should still come in to "discuss these other roles", and found out that apparently nobody shows up to work on time at this office. I then called the personal number of the recruiter and was surprised to find that he does not turn on his phone until around 9:45 am. When I finally got a hold of him he seemed genuinely annoyed that I was calling him but said he would "go see" if anyone in the office could possibly interview me (???) despite the previous invitation to do so made weeks in advance. I was then passed off to somebody else who explained a different role to me and had me come in a few days later for an interview. During this interview I was given some random logic tests and asked to create a flow chart of business processes that had never been explained to me before or even mentioned as a possible requirement for the position. Following this odd interview I was informed that they would get back to me in two days. TEN DAYS LATER (and following several follow-up emails and phone calls (which went unanswered) they say they want to set up a time to talk on the phone that very day. After waiting 7 hours I called them and an extremely incompetent receptionist was shocked that I would like to have my call transferred to somebody else and he was completely unable to complete this basic task. He then informed me that the people I wanted to reach did not have a phone (what??) but that he would leave a message. Subsequently, despite having full reception and having my phone on hand I received a voicemail message (with no rings) saying they would call me the next day to discuss what was going on. Five minutes after, I receive an email message saying they were moving on with other candidates. Are you serious? You could have sent that in an email TWO WEEKS AGO! Overall, their company demonstrates an overall lack of competence and professionalism. I have read on this site and others that they completely removed the majority of their staff six months previously (should have been my primary red flag), so it is possible that they are still getting it together with a new crew and have not found their groove yet. However I am leaning towards gross incompetence and utter disregard for communicating with the people they ostensibly are trying to hire.

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Interview Questions

  • Some sort of logic test with lines of triangles and math problems that have nothing to do with the role. The guy goes "this has nothing to do with whether you will be hired or not." Oh really? then why are we doing it?   Answer Question
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