I have been working at Twentieth Century Fox part-time (Less than a year)
It is good to work at a new place and I am very shy so I want to get out their and face my fears.
I don´t know if I will have time to be the things I also want to be and I want to spend time with my family
Advice to Management
I think you should have more people work at 20th centruy Fox so when it is a holiday or something that involves spending time with your family you should choose other people to play the part for the day and then come back whenever they can.
I applied online. The process took 8 weeks. I interviewed at Twentieth Century Fox (Los Angeles, CA).
I had an in-person interview with someone on the talent acquisition team. A position opened up and she referred me. So I came back a second time and interviewed with two executives and one senior assistant. The first executive absolutely grilled me. I felt like I was on the witness stand in a courtroom. I walked out of his office feeling like there wasn't a snowball's chance in hell that I was getting this position. The next executive was the exact opposite. She was very nice and sweet. And then the senior assistant was alright.
It took them 6+ weeks to get back to me. I had to call HR to follow up and she said it was filled. An email would have been nice... I always find it pretty disrespectful when a company can't even give a "no thanks" common courtesy email to applicants that take time off work to come interview.
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