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I have been working at Toast Inc full-time (More than a year)
Toast values their customers and their employees beyond any company I've ever had the opportunity to work for.
It takes dedication and a lot of desire to learn and grow as the company grows.
Advice to Management
Become a little bit more open to hiring individuals who have a work hostory that shows longevity. Mid-aged applicant= longevity = dedication = loyalty
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Toast Inc (Omaha, NE) in July 2018.
I got an email from Will Reardon stating Toast was interested in setting up a phone interview, and we settled on a date and time for the call. Not only was I not called when my first interview was scheduled, but I had to email him two separate times to re-schedule the initial interview. After my first(rescheduled) phone interview, again, I was told I'd be contacted to schedule a second phone interview with another member of the company. That was never scheduled, even though I sent follow-up email after follow-up email to inquire about it. A few times, I was told I'd receive an email or information about the status of the position, but never did. I understand recruiters are busy, but the lack of communication was astonishing to me. After trying to contact Will again, with no response for a week, he contacted me and told me that they were considering internal candidates and he'd get back to me. A week later, I finally received the official, canned rejection email. My interview experience made me think twice about how this company conducts itself. I was strung along for an entire month. While rejections aren't ever fun, the lack of communication and radio silence I was met with was worse.