I worked at Oki Data Americas full-time (Less than a year)
A lot of opportunity to grow.
I didn't experience any cons while I was there.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Oki Data Americas (Mount Laurel, NJ) in April 2017.
Interviewer was late, with no acknowledgement or apology. Asked very basic questions, could not elaborate on questions asked relative to the role, presented resume or position description. Since she was from HR, I wanted to find out more about the company's culture, her explanation was that Technology sat on one side of the building and Marketing was on the other. I was baffled to say the least. Although I thought I was a fit for the role (based on my skill set and the fact they sought me out), as most candidates do, the lack of knowledge and ability to provide details along with the the lack of organization leaves a lot to be desired. I was left wondering, is this lack of knowledge common. More so, I'm sure the "screening" was number fulfillment.
Such the OKI is a global company, I would hope that my interaction (along with the synonymous replies from others) is only indicative in a few instances and not across the board. Otherwise a lot of highly qualified candidates are being overlooked because of recruiters who's not adept or qualified to know exactly how to source a role.
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