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I have been working at Mindlance full-time (More than a year)
Amazing work culture, awesome work environment, a lot of transparency and very open for implementing one's ideas - thoughts etc.
None that I could think of as of now.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Mindlance (Union, NJ).
I was contacted by a recruiter via LinkedIn. The phone conversation went well and so I accepted the invite to meet in-person with the 'team'. The list of red flags in the interview kept growing, and I knew I didn't want the job half way through the interview. The interviewer also felt the need to discuss my immigration status. A co-founder of the company was asking me exactly how I was authorized to work in the US. He clearly did not know that "Citizenship and immigration status cannot be used against a potential employee during the hiring process according to The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA). Employers must wait until after a job offer had been extended to require a worker to complete the Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9) Form and submit documentation that proves identity and employment authorization. It is lawful for an employer to ask an interviewee if they are authorized to work in the US."
Although I knew I wouldn't be joining the organization, I ended on a polite note saying "If you need any other information from me, please feel free to reach out", to which the interviewer responded with a smirk and said "Oh I think I've got a good sense, I know everything I needed".
And of course I never heard back from anyone after committing time to two interviews (phone and in-person). Being a Talent Acquisition professional, I have to say this organization has zero regard for candidate experience and they're headed towards a discrimination lawsuit.