I worked at Toll Group full-time (Less than a year)
- Good pay
- Easy work
- The employees were nice
- Was a bit too systematic, robotic
- All down to business
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Toll Group (Singapore (Singapore)) in June 2016.
I interviewed at Toll Logistics, Singapore and applied through a recruiter.
For a company that "sells" diversity on their website. I was pleasantly surprised when one of the first few questions asked was "When are you going to settle down". They said they wanted somebody to commit to a two to three years period which I mentioned that it would not be an issue regardless if I was settling down or not.
As expected, I did not hear from them. Out of curiosity, I asked the recruiter the reason that I was rejected. Was it because of my experience? He told me that I was rejected for two reasons, one was because I told them I was settling down in the next 2-3 years, two was because they think that it was inappropriate for a female to travel to India.
Overall, I felt that the interviewer was not professional and asking a gender discrimination question early in the interview was definitely not a good way to start off.
On a side note, I believe many females do travel to India for work.
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