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  • www.mota.com
  • Santa Monica, CA
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • null
  • Company - Private
  • Consumer Products Manufacturing
  • Less than $1 million (USD)

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MOTA MOTORS Reviews

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Former Intern

"Overworked and underpaid"

Aug 28, 2018 - Anonymous Intern
Doesn't Recommend
Neutral Outlook

Pros

Team was great, but leadership was lacking.

Cons

Leadership viewed interns as disposable people, and they over-promise a potential hire after internship but always disposes of them.
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MOTA MOTORS Interviews

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  1. Corporate Wellness Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Employee in San Jose, CA
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at MOTA MOTORS (San Jose, CA) in Oct 2017

    Interview

    I was initially contacted and interviewed by the Chief Product Officer, who included the CEO in my first interview. The interview took place on a Saturday, as I was relocating to the San Jose area, and I happened to be coming to town that weekend. My interviewer was about 15 minutes late and I ended up hanging out in the building lobby as no one was in the office due to it being a weekend. I found it unusual, that I would be contacted and interviewed by executive leadership so early in the process, but I assumed because this was a new position they may have been doing things differently. I was asked questions pertaining to my clinical work experience, as they indicated they were looking for someone who could provide therapy and behavioral health support to their workforce on a part-time or hourly basis. I felt that the interview went well and this was confirmed when I received a call from the Chief Product Officer a few days later asking if I would possibly be interested in a full-time role that included the wellness role as well as more traditional HR tasks. She then connected me with the company's HR representative who scheduled a Skype interview with me, as I was out of the area. Following my interview with HR, I never heard back and my attempts to reach anyone at the company were unsuccessful. I found this odd because things seemed to be moving quickly and leadership seemed to be very interested until communication abruptly stopped. Overall, I would say the interview process was atypical and the company appears to have a disorganized communication pattern.
    Interview

    How would you make someone open up to you that really didn't want to talk?

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