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Nothing wrong with GameStop in my opinion
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at GameStop (Grapevine, TX).
GameStop’s corporate office has horrible professionalism and communication! The interviewing process started off strong.
A couple of days after applying online I got an email from the recruiter wanting to do a phone screening. After the phone screening I did hear back from the recruiter.
A week later I followed up with an email and the recruiter scheduled a phone interview with the hiring manager. I had the phone interview and the manager said they wanted to bring me in for an in person interview and the recruiter will contact me to set that up.
A week and a half goes by and I haven’t heard anything so I followed up with the recruiter. The recruiter says they are finishing phone interviews.
Four weeks go by and I follow up with the recruiter once again. The recruiter stated they’ll have a decision in two business days.
Two weeks later I haven’t heard back from the recruiter so I sent another follow up email.
After a month of radio silence I realized just how unprofessional the company is. My application to date still reads under consideration. Reading other reviews on Glassdoor it seems other people have had the same experience.