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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chicago, IL
I applied online. I interviewed at Paylocity (Chicago, IL) in Jan 2022
Interview was very good. It was nice to learn new things. Please more focus on new technologies and skills. It was 2 round of interview. 1st is technical round and 2nd is manager round with some general questions.
- .Net questions, Angular, some OOPS fundamentals and SQL server etc...
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Denver, CO
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Paylocity (Denver, CO) in Jan 2016
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chicago, IL
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Paylocity (Chicago, IL)
1. Phone screen with recruiter. 2. Technical Phone Screen 3. Talk to Director 4. Talk to various staff including developer team. After being told I did very well on the first three steps something just fell apart on step 4. Supposedly, step 4 is a deep technical dive. However, there was no technical dive at all. There were a few entry level questions asked about the Database and how I rated my skills in certain areas. Based off these vague presumption assessments they declined to make an offer. A complete waste of time. The company should ask technical questions to determine if a candidate is a match. How a person rates their skills compared to other skills should not be used to make a hiring decision on an otherwise strong candidate. The whole process felt shady and did not add up. Lots of contradictions. Just a guess, but I wonder if they were afraid to give a low ball salary offer and simply made-up some terrible reasons.
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I interviewed at Paylocity
Process started through a recruiter who asked some very basic fundamental questions, was then given a phone screen with a developer that consisted of more in depth questions but still really the basics a bit more about patterns and practices. So far so good and received positive feedback from the recruiter. Then came the face-to-face this consisted of your typical panel interview with a whiteboard session. The panel interviewers were both sr developers and were very stiff and uncomfortable. One had non-stop eye contact and the other barely any at all. Being a female of american descent I am the minority in the IT field and am used to this sort of behavior. However, I knew after about 5 minutes I would not accept an offer with this team. In any case I tried my best to make the time bearable. Was asked to write some quick code converting string to integer for a mission critical app. When I asked questions to narrow down the requirements the interviewer was flustered and seemed to be irritated. So I choose a dependency injection pattern to which they replied no make it simpler. I thought the idea was to show my skill? Luckily, in the end I did not receive an offer with the feedback that my design / UI skills were not advanced enough. I likely would not have accepted an offer as I could not imagine working with the two that I interviewed with and also don't care to be a web designer or UI developer.
- I was asked many questions regarding CSS and UI which was surprising as this was a core dev position. Most questions I answered but a few I did not know.