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I have been working at Verizon full-time (Less than a year)
Benefits and pay seem really good vacation days start day 1. Pretty good amount of training if you have some type of skill with technology
None so far. I just got hired so I'm stoked and it's been so long I had to leave a review because I've been reading them while going through this process hope it helps someone else out.
Very poor process.
Started with a quick call with a Recruiter. A couple of weeks later, the hiring manager called out of the blue and scheduled an interview with me, without introducing himself. I thought he was a recruiter at first and then found out he was the hiring manager after having to ask him what his position was at Verizon.
I arrived to the one on one interview to find out it was actually a panel interview with all of his managerial reports. Would have been nice to know that ahead of time but whatever it went well. A few days later, the hiring manager called to schedule another panel interview with all of his peers plus work on a finance assignment which was to be summarized into PowerPoint and presented.
I arrived and was first walked into a room filled with the prior panel I had interviewed with plus a few additional people waiting for me. Once again, this was outside of the agenda. They asked me questions that had absolutely nothing to do with the job like what I thought about bitcoin and about companies accepting it as a form of payment. Very strange. Anyway, was then walked to the scheduled panel interview and asked very similar questions to the prior panel interview. At the end of that, I asked if we were to discuss the finance assignment I had spent time working on and he said, “not at this time, maybe next round”.
Needless to say, I walked out of that interview no longer interested in the job. I was never given a chance to speak one on one with the hiring manager, not in person nor over the phone. The entire process was very impersonal and a complete waste of time.