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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Interview Candidate

Declined Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I interviewed at Rosetta Stone

Interview

Inter process was all done remotely. Simple and very easy to do. Several rounds with different team members helped me get a good feel for the team and company that I would be working for.

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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Employee

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Easy Interview
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I interviewed at Rosetta Stone

Interview

I felt very relaxed and welcomed. They ask the typical interview questions. The interviewer was very friendly and informative. I then did a short assessment, and then we discussed my availability.

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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Negative Experience
Easy Interview
Application

I interviewed at Rosetta Stone

Interview

There have been a couple of threads on LinkedIn and elsewhere lately talking about candidates being "ghosted" by employers - recruiters, hiring managers, etc. I've had this happen to me more than a few times during my career in the tech industry and oftentimes wonder why a so seemingly simple task (shepherding a candidate through the interview process, not to mention simple baseline politeness), which also happens to be a recruiter's job, has become an insurmountable task for so many. Case in point: Rosetta Stone. Applied for a position there and was reached out to by the recruiter asking for an initial phoner. Times agreed, meeting set. Day of the phoner the recruiter emails to say that "the day is getting away" from her and could we reschedule later in the week. Sure, of course. Forward my availability and await a reply. Two more days go by and I finally get a reply saying (paraphrasing), "Oh, no. Those times won't work for me." Okay, thanks for wasting still more of my time. The recruiter mentions she just might skip her involvement and put me directly in touch with the hiring manager, so please stand by. Okay. I send her a link to my availability so we don't have to play the email scheduling dance. A few more days go by without hearing anything and against my better judgement I email her, reaffirming my interest in the position and asking if we could make some time to chat. Next day she replies back with some line that the hiring manager is so-so-oh-so busy the entire week, but she would touch base with the HM (when? who knows) and follow up. Yeah, sure. All signs point to that being exactly what you're going to do. Two weeks later, I receive an email from the recruiter saying the hiring manager was going to stick with the batch of candidates she already had and thanks, goodbye, etc. One day later I receive a canned thanks-no-thanks email stating that the recruiter was "impressed with our conversation" -- except, that conversation never actually happened. Thanks for the canned reply there. And so, welcome to the less-than-stellar recruiting/hiring practices in the Seattle tech industry. Frustrating, tacky, unprofessional. It's amazing that people who are the first contact and, as such, the face for their company, fail to understand the basic customer service and responsiveness their role requires. All it does is tarnish the company's brand - not to mention waste the time of those candidates they've reached out to. No one's time is free. Why then, do so many recruiters think that the time of qualified applicants is theirs to waste as they see fit?

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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Interview Candidate in New York, NY

No Offer
Negative Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Rosetta Stone (New York, NY) in Mar 2021

Interview

They reached out to me via my resume. They kept changing the interview times. A day before the final scheduled interview, they cancelled for no reason and that was that. When asked why via email , no response was given. Unprofessional.

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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Employee

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Rosetta Stone

Interview

The interview process was lengthy and thorough, spanning close to three months from initial phone call to receiving an offer. The HR team and Rosetta Stone employees were all incredibly kind and professional. They never failed to keep me informed every step of the way. The interview rounds were all video calls and felt much more like a conversation than a cold Q&A. Overall, my interview experience was pleasant. Be patient and prepared, and you will be rewarded.

Interview Questions
  • Salary, experience, background, time management, collaboration
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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Employee

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Easy Interview
Application

I interviewed at Rosetta Stone

Interview

Went very smoothly. The interview has various stages, they will ask you to do a mock lesson. The first interview is with a HR, second with a head teacher and last one with the CEO.

Interview Questions
  • Why becoming a teacher ? Why staying in Japan ? What is the difference of teaching to japanese ?
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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Negative Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. I interviewed at Rosetta Stone

Interview

Recruiter didn't call me at the scheduled time, had to reschedule. Seemed to be written off before my interview - it lasted 10 minutes. Was told I would hear more information the next day and didn't hear anything till a month later.

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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Negative Experience
Application

I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Rosetta Stone

Interview

The interview process was 5 steps long over three and a half weeks, which is a bit demanding of time and preparation. There was no explanation as to why I was not offered the job after five interviews. I received a general email notification.

Interview Questions
  • Questions were standard for interviews 1-3. Interviews 4&5 were the presentation and mock data analysis.
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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Employee in London, England, England

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. The process took 8 weeks. I interviewed at Rosetta Stone (London, England, England) in Dec 2020

Interview

Straightforward process entailing four interviews with different levels of seniority within the business. As the role is German speaking one of the interviews was held in German. Honest feedback provided and clear processes and timescales outlined.

Interview Questions
  • How does your prior experience relate specifically to this role?
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Rosetta Stone

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Negative Experience
Average Interview
Application

I interviewed at Rosetta Stone

Interview

Very long process with multiple interviews (almost two months including the pre-employment assessment). They will give you false hope during the entire process, and they even start communicating as if you were the chosen one just to turn you down as nothing happened at the very last moment. I met a very talented team which I was sure we were going to exceed expectations, and this is so far the most disappointing and saddest process I've ever had. The most painful part of this was that after they promise they will call you to move forward with the final steps, they will not let you know that you weren't selected unless you ask. Can you put yourself in someone else's shoes?

Interview Questions
  • Please describe your experience building courses/modules and developing content in a learning management system (Canvas, Blackboard, D2L, Moodle, etc.).
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