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San Francisco, CA
201 to 500 employees
1991
Company - Private
Education Training Services
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
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Landmark Worldwide Reviews

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
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    I worked at Landmark Worldwide full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great training and experience

    Cons

    The hours required to work are long. 9-9

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    .NET Developer Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Landmark Worldwide in July 2014.

    Interview

    Several weeks after submitting a resume, an HR generalist contacted me to setup a phone interview with the Architect/Senior Developer the next day. As part of the feedback I read, there were issue noted about work-life balance, so in a follow up email I asked about these and received a solid answer from the HR generalist. I was told to direct my question about normal hours to the technical interviewer.

    The phone interview started with asking general questions about .Net development experience. The interviewer was unfamiliar with the term 'WinForms' development (or 'OS' development they called it once they got the idea) and did not seem to segregate between WebForms or MVC, lumping both under ASP.Net. They asked about how much CSS experience I had, but did not seem to care about how much of that was CSS3. They were interested when I mention Telerik controls, but didn't care much about jQuery or Modernizer. Frankly, it felt more like an interviewee with someone from HR, versus someone technical. This lasted for about 15 minutes, after which they wanted to schedule an in-person interview.

    Prior to scheduling the follow up, I asked about work expected work hours. I was told it was a 40 hr/ week position, however it was suggested the many people often stay longer for socialization and personal development that extended well beyond those 40 hours. It was noted that this was a focus of the company and left the impression that it may be expected. I was told that was 'normal business hours' were expected, but when I said I've work at companies that normal business hours ranged from 7am to 11:30am, depending on industry, I was told that generally everyone was in at 9am, but I would need to talk with the CIO is get a specific answer. I was told, specifically because I was asking what the work hours are, they did not think I was a good fit.

    Based upon the fact I could not get a clear answer as to what the expected work hours were, and the potential concerned based upon researching the company, I agreed and withdrew from consideration.

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