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"Great place to work"
Sep 29, 2020 - Software Engineer In Test in Cary, NC
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Prosculture, work/life balance, walled offices with doors, great people
Consnot very many women in engineering
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I applied online. The process took 2 months. I interviewed at PrecisionLender (Cary, NC) in Dec 2018
InterviewThe interview was extremely in depth and an interesting experience that really made you think about what you wanted in a job.
It took a very long time to get to the end of the process after almost five rounds of interviews. I got an offer, but a week before I was to begin (and after I'd already had my last day at the job I left in order to work there), they rescinded my offer with no explanation and left me very close to losing everything and endangering the well being of my family. After pushing for a reason, I was told the offer was rescinded due to lay offs, but then my position was posted again the very next week, so I now believe that to be a falsehood.
I was very excited to begin here and was very shocked that they would treat someone in this way after spending all that time getting to know me and even offering me a job. I'm still not sure of the true reason, but everything happens for a reason and I'm blessed to have found an amazing job with great pay and a wonderful culture before we were evicted since I was out of work for about a month after they did this!
This experience was... something. No ill feelings towards anyone there despite what happened because I ended up at a company perfect for me, but I thought I'd leave my thoughts and let the company know to perhaps have a little more empathy next time they make a decision like this. People's livelihoods matter.Interview
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