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I worked at Edifecs full-time (More than 10 years)
When I look back on my 23+ years journey, I cherished every moment I have spent with the company. Edifecs has seen both ups and downs over years but never looked away from the challenge, rather always came back even stronger. Last 5 years of the company were the best, consistent revenue growth, profitability and above all great employee engagement!!! This would not have been possible without the commitment of the CEO, senior management and P&C team. After recent investment by the two leading private equity companies, people with tenure were rewarded generously by the CEO. Edifecs ROCKS!
401K matching can be improved.
Advice to Management
Keep up the same focus in the next 5 years that we saw in the last 5 years!!
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Edifecs (Bellevue, WA) in September 2020.
They took more than 2 months providing I took the lead on following up for updates after every interview. They won't respond unless you ask. They conducted 7 interviews which were a total waste of time because they want someone who would not have his/her brain of their own.
First interview with recruiter, about the role and expectations - went well.
The second interview - with the hiring manager, they want to know everything about every technology which even the hiring manager doesn't know so you can actually say anything.
The third round was when they started to get serious and here comes another interviewer who thought asking questions about java would make him look smarter but he didn't know, to fetch a written answer, they should ask a proper question instead just sitting behind the camera and blurting anything about java.
Forth round started 20 minutes late where the lady was actually cooking in the kitchen while taking my interview and she asked if my talent was worth joining edifices. I really couldn't listen/speak a lot because of the cooker whistles from behind.
the fifth round - Java API, multithreading, JSPs, Applets everything about Java but the interviewer was more interested in the location that I would choose.
Sixth-round I asked for Tuesday (the next week) but they wanted to get it done with on Wednesday (the same week) so they insisted to go on Wednesday with the first reason being VP is busy the next week and the second reason being they want to close the position this week which was a lie.
sixth-round was introduction with VP and it wasn't a pleasant experience. He was laughing after every word I'd speak. He even had to attend 2 urgent calls in between .
Seventh-round with HR - discussed everything about role salary and all but to only give the rejection the next day.
The next day HR called and said they chose another candidate but the position is still open.
Inshort - lies lie lies and they need a slave, not an employee