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Denver, CO
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The Colorado Department of Revenue primarily oversees the administration, auditing, collection, and enforcement of state and local income, estate, property, and sales taxes. The department is also responsible for collections and enforcement related to alcohol and tobacco sales ... Read more

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    Pros

    They are trusted, reliably stable, none discriminate , and caring for employees.

    Cons

    maybe not competitive wages, maybe not competitive health benefits, maybe no parking, and long time to earn longer vacation hours.

    Advice to Management

    notify me by email on what to do to get recommended for the position.

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    Legal Assistant II, Marijuana Enforcement Division Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Denver, CO
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Colorado Department of Revenue (Denver, CO).

    Interview

    Worst interview I have ever had in my life, and I have had many interviews, several of which have been awful.

    After two rounds of three person panel interviews, each lasting about 45 minutes, I was given a roughly 50 page background questionnaire. The document was more extensive than the background check required to take the bar exam. I filled out answers to all the questions and set up an interview with a background investigator. The day before the background interview, while about 3/4 the way driving to Denver on a 500 mile road trip to complete this interview, I got a call cancelling our meeting. I an expunged legal issue from nine years ago showed up on my background check, something that should not have been considered under Colorado law. I explained that I had an expungement and later sent in a copy of the expungement order. This job should not have been able to consider the issue under state law, but they did anyway.

    I got an email two days later after wasting my trip that my application was rejected. I asked for a rationale, and was given none (probably because they considered illegal factors in my hiring process).

    Interview Questions

    • Tell us about this thing we aren't legally allowed to ask about.   1 Answer
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