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I have been working at HOSTING full-time (More than 8 years)
Operations team have a great culture. The majority of the staff truly wants everyone to succeed. When there are personal issues the company rallies behind you and gives you all of the support you need.
Tends to be a Bias towards those located in Denver
After applying through the company site, I received a phone call from a very pleasant HR associate. The conversation was comfortable and enjoyable but not too informative. I asked a few questions about the job itself, why it was available, what the hours were and she was unable to answer any of my questions. She told me those questions should be directed at the next interviewers. I felt pretty good at this point and was excited to continue the process.
I had a second interview 2 days later with 2 managers over the phone. They both seemed very nice and pleasant despite the fact they were reading from a paper filled with questions. I was a bit taken back by the constant rapid fire of questions. They didn't seem to even give themselves a chance to digest and think about my response. Instead, they continued to fire away. Some of the questions seemed highly irrelevant and pointless to even ask for a support position. The questions reminded me of a software engineering interview, which this was not. Regardless, the 2 interviewers were nice people and provided additional feedback which I found to be helpful. They said they would get back to me soon.
This is why Hosting is probably not for me: after submitting a thank you email and a follow up email a week or so later, I've yet to hear any type of response. I would at least appreciate a generic email stating they decided to not continue the process with me, rather than getting the cold shoulder. Not only is this frustrating considering I had 2 interviews, it also shows a lack of decency and respect. As a web developer and consumer, I would not deal with a company like this.