Mission: Vision for a Just Society
We believe in and will fight for a just society:
Where all workers are valued and all people are respected.
Where all families and communities thrive.
Where we leave a better and more equal world for ...
I have been working at SEIU full-time
Solid team, interesting work. Good culture. Great benefits.
Pay is not amazing and bureaucracy can be frustrating.
I applied online. I interviewed at SEIU (Chicago, IL).
First interview was over the phone, which went well (other than the fact that the interviewer did not call at our scheduled time and we had to reschedule, costing me unpaid time off work). Then, they invited me to a 5 hour group interview with 18 other people in the running for their "handful of positions." There was a quick introduction from everyone, and then they did this thing where everyone had to stand up and answer one question that has absolutely nothing to do with organizing or labor. Just one question, with one minute to answer. The day included a lot of information about SEIU and basics of an organizing house call. They don't hesitate to tell you that (ironically) you will be working ridiculous hours with little time off (up to 21 days without a day off, 12-14 hour days), but it's "the nature of the work." Somewhere in there is a short writing exercise where you write a paragraph about your strengths and weaknesses. The last thing is a "one-on-one" interview which literally lasted 2 minutes. They just asked me if I wanted to elaborate on my writing exercise and if I had any questions for them. Oh, and when I got my rejection email, they called me by the wrong name :)
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