I have been working at Appia Communications full-time (More than a year)
Small company, employees are nice and very helpful.
Senior management doesn't listen, doesn't want to change, but complains there are problems.
Advice to Management
Let your employees do their job, allow change to happen
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Appia Communications in March 2016.
Tech recruiter set up a call with the President. Seemed like a nice enough guy, but the interview style was a bit unorganized. He wanted to move chronologically through my resume, which is fine, but he asked me when I graduated high school. The employer probably isn't familiar with the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). After a few more minutes of random questioning, I was told that I would not be a good fit for this position. I had already decided a few minutes into the interview that I didn't want to work at Appia Communications, so I was somewhat relieved. Other than the company's website, there's not a lot of information (positive reviews) on this company. Seems sort of shady and fly-by-night if you ask me.
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