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I worked at Afirm as a contractor (More than a year)
Set your own schedule. If your somewhat skilled, you'll have access to a wide number of business to review. Fleet, construction, restaurant, and others....
Management inexperience. This was not the only company I worked for, after Divisional Manager left for promotion, a new "kid" on the block gave me a call 4 months after his arrival. At $48/hr he said I was the highest paid contractor in the nation. My comments to him were, "And your point is?"
I did an extremely wide range of business, over 330 for the year.
Then I got another call from him a month later, got let go. I certainly am assured the same happened to him.
Advice to Management
Seems like there always looking for talent, but refuse to pay a reasonable reimbursement rate. Exceptionally poor call back rate.
Now watch some HR "ASSistant" write something humanistic here... but they don't really mean it.
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I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Afirm (Chicago, IL) in February 2015.
Interview was professional, they asked about my time constants and how many hours I could put in for the audits. They asked about my schooling and how I perceived my role in the company.