I have been working at A. Schulman full-time (More than 3 years)
lay backed environment, great people to work with
nothing it's a great place
Advice to Management
keep the rejects
I applied online. I interviewed at A. Schulman.
Applied for an at-home, part-time freelance position. The process was sketchy from the start. All of my contacts typed with extremely broken English and grammar, the interview process was through Gmail chat and was really skimpy, with no paperwork. They sent me a check for 2k to use to purchase their data entry software. After that, they required me to write a 1,500 word essay (that is 3 pages, single spaced) to answer three extremely simple questions (1. What is the importance of teamwork? 2. What is the importance of conflict management? 3. What is the USA's trade policy?) My interviewer didn't respect my time, and messaged me on Gmail whenever he felt like it.
I changed my mind and rescinded my application because the whole thing felt off Then began this horrible process of my interviewer demanding I wire back the money to them immediately so they can use it right away for someone else they're hiring "at this moment" (What, they don't already have their own money?) The interviewer kept demanding I send them something even though I kept explaining to them the check didn't fully clear yet. The interviewer began acting like a crazed, desperate, maniac. It was actually kind of frightening.