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I have been working at Clickbooth full-time (Less than a year)
The people (for the most part) keep each day exciting and I truly enjoy coming into work. The work is challenging but that is what motivates me to continue learning and being better than I was the day before. Again, for the most part, the other employees seem to be interested in you and your family life. Which is important to me because I cannot (and won't) entertain fake small talk discussions. Free snacks and drinks, team building activities are also a plus.
There is absolutely zero training. I get it, you need to be self motivated to succeed. but there's a difference between self motivation and zero guidance and development. You can reach out to someone for help and they'll just flat out ignore you. I understand that they are busy too but a real team player would take two seconds to respond instead of leaving you hanging. This should be common sense for the tenured employee being asked the question by the newer employee. A REAL TEAM PLAYER and LEADER would take that brief time to answer the question knowing that it is someone new just trying to learn. Also have been a few times where I have received a response but you could read right through it and could tell the person was annoyed by your questions. This creates a feeling of seclusion and makes the person less likely to reach out for help the next time. Which could lead to diminished performance and or lower quality of life at work. These are all common sense related circumstances but some people lack that common sense evidently.
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I gave it a 5 instead of a 4 because my feelings are closer to a 5 than they are to a 4 even though I listed some serious cons. All of management has been beyond nice and welcoming. As has HR. But some of the bad attitudes from others will leave others feeling a sense of disconnect with the team. I have gone home some days feeling like an outcast and having a false sense of inclusion. Both being brand new emotions for me. I have a strong personality and self esteem is certainly something I do not lack, so I shrug things like this off. But lots of people don't have these traits and the lack of training and other team members acting annoyed when you ask a question/other team members ignoring your questions, will definitely lead to decreased work efficiency and confidence.
I have never experienced being secluded and treated as if I was an annoyance in an environment before so I cannot say that over an extended period of time if it would have any affect on me. I am hoping it doesn't continue however, so we can just avoid finding out the answer.
I applied online, and got a call from HR about a week later to schedule a phone interview. The phone interview was very standard, where I was just asked about my background. Then there was an interview at the office, where I interview with 5 people simultaneously. They took turns asking questions, and it was a very laid back and pleasant interview experience.