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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Wodify (Cherry Hill, NJ) in Oct 2018
Started with a very in-depth application online, then a phone interview, then a series of skills tests, and then after that an in person interview (that consisted of two parts), then reference calls and background check, and then a final decision.
The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Wodify (New York, NY)
Started with a phone interview with HR. They made an attempt to bring me in for, what was scheduled to be an hour and a half interview. I rented a car and let the interviewer know of the time frame for which the vehicle was available. An hour before the interview, HR let me know that the interview would be 4 hours long. I reluctantly agreed. I arrive at the office, which was very strange and culty, and took a few tests - a combination of a pseudo SAT, personality, writing, and then very serious technical, programming based questions, that shouldn't be asked or expected to be performed by a BA. Run. Don't waste your time commuting to the middle of nowhere for a low paying job with ridiculous expectations.
- Coding in ECMAScript / HTML, and CSS.
I applied online. I interviewed at Wodify (United States) in Sep 2018
About two days after I applied online, HR reached out about scheduling a phone screen. The online application had a lot of questions about my favorite things in high school, activities and such. I found this very strange as I am quite a few years removed from that part of my life, but I answered with as much enthusiasm as possible. After the phone screen, I was sent a highly technical take home test. During the phone screen, I never claimed to have a strong grasp on Java or CSS, so I was very surprised when two of the questions involved coding in a simulated environment. The next day, HR reached out again about scheduling another assessment, but this time I was to come into their offices. Again, this test seemed to have very little to do with the job description. I understand the merits of a test-based interview process, but for this position I struggled to see how it would determine my abilities as a BA. I also think it was strange that I made it three steps in to the interview process, but only one of the steps included an actual conversation.
- What was your favorite thing about high school? (short answer)
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Wodify (Lisbon) in Jul 2018
Surreal. No respect for the candidates. Extensive recruitment process with the same questions over and over again. Sorority mentality in a company is simply surreal. I felt I was applying to be part of a high school group instead of a business company.
- The exact same questions they did on the website application form, who where, by the way, already in the resume. No hard questions. No meaningful questions. Just shallow enquiries.
I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Wodify (Cherry Hill, NJ) in Jan 2018
Overall, the interview process moved along quickly and Wodify was responsive and quick to follow-up after each step. I started with an introductory phone call and then completed an extensive online application and personality test. Following that I was invited to the office for a two hour in-person interview and skills assessment. Finally, I was asked to provide references and received an offer shortly after.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Wodify (Cherry Hill, NJ)
Fairly straightforward like the job posting mentioned. You'll have a phone screening, come in for a skills assessment, and finally have a few rounds of in-person interviewing. As far as the interviewing goes, it was a standard interview. The first round consisted of a meeting with one of the business VPs and another marketing person. The interview wasn't focused on really, well, anything. There was more time spent on how awesome Wodify was doing as a company rather than the job at hand. It seems like the interviewer was rattling points off the top of his head just to buy time - should have been a warning sign for me. After that, I had a few rounds of questions with teammates which were much more structured. Finally, when the interviewing was done I was asked to create a powerpoint presentation. Okay, no big deal. The only red flags came when all of the interviewers were crammed in the same room while I gave my presentation. The same VP from the first interview, the same guy who didn't seem to have an aim in his dialogue, chose to sit on the floor. There were plenty of seats in the room, but this person still chose to sit on the floor. I understand that this is 'startup culture' to wear flipflops and shorts to work, but at least give the person presenting to you the decensy to sit level with them. This is, afterall, a job interview. I should have ran after that....
- Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Wodify (Cherry Hill, NJ)
1. One hour phone call with manager of the department that gathered some specifics of past work history. 2. One hour on-site skills assessment testing everything from math and computer knowledge to your personality. 3. Two-hour in-person interview with the Manager and two associates that inquired about everything from high school to your latest job. 4. Tour of the facility
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Wodify (Cherry Hill, NJ) in Apr 2017
The interview process is extensive for this company. I had a phone screen with a recruiter, skype call with recruiter, was invited to fill out the company's online forms, first call with the office manager approx 1 hour, then finally the in person interview. The in person interview was extremely long. They had me take 4 tests (personality, reasoning, computer aptitude, and a writing sample (approx 75min allotted but I finished in 40 minutes so just had to wait). Finally, met with the CEO and VP of Marketing and Operations which was approximately 3 hours long.
- If I was to ask your former managers what areas you needed improvement what would they say?
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Wodify (United States)
After applying online and submitting writing samples, I had a phone interview with a recruiter and the Marketing VP. Phone call lasted 30 minutes and was mainly about previous experience, strengths, weaknesses, what I was looking for, basic interview stuff.
- What project did you complete that you're most proud of?
I applied online. The process took 2 months. I interviewed at Wodify (Cherry Hill, NJ) in Apr 2016
It started with a phone interview with two Wodify employees, followed by a skills assessment done in-office and another 2-hour interview with the CEO of the company. I did not make it past that point.That process took a total of two months, as the CEO was continuously cancelling at the last minute and rescheduling for days or weeks later. I have been on a handful of different interviews during my career and this was by far the most condescending, insulting and downright rude experience I've ever had. The CEO Amit Shah sat down, took a look at the personality test we are asked to take and started the interview by saying-- to quote the business owner verbatim-- "Wow, you're really *obscenity* Type A." He then spent the entire 2 hour interview talking over his coworker, cracking jokes at her expense and at mine. He insulted my character, he insulted my current salary, and then when I tried to explain that I was partially looking for new work to earn more money he flipped the table and attempted to imply that I was only out to make money. He insulted my education-- going so far as to ask why I didn't try to apply to better colleges (I'm incredibly happy with the school I chose to earn my degree). The coworker he was with would try to ask a question related to the position, and he would flip it as some attempt to play mind games, make me feel as inferior as possible while also knowing I shouldn't dare speak up. Every question was not an attempt to get to know me and my work history; it was an attempt to insinuate something about my character and work ethic. It was a relief that he chose to raise these red flags in the interview, it would have been very frustrating to move forward with this job and only find out the true character of the CEO when it was too late.
- Why does your GPA from high school not match your GPA from college?