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    Pros

    It is really interesting what the last contribution, so called "Die Arbeit" is about.
    From my point of view, worked in a leading position, this company, which actually doesn't exist anymore, you can check it in the commercial register,
    well, this company was a so called black sheep.
    It was all about representing things to the world which ones doesn't really exist; as the company itself.
    So, what was it about?

    Cons

    It was about moneymaking without things, and to avoid critical questions, the boss kept everyone busy with unnecessary stuff, like plans for
    buildings which ones doesn’t exist, as the company itself.
    But there was more, starting from manipulating his staff, everybody thought his or her college tries to harm each other.
    It was not a competition, it was a systematically torture of people.
    There is a lot more to tell, but for now, it will be enough for the beginning.
    Whoever wrote that last contribution, shame on you! How dare you to betray your own people!
    Everyone who worked at this horrible place hates you. You are nothing more than a apple-polisher!
    To the so called management: Never open a company again.
    Westernland, windstone consultants, e.g. causing enough damages.
    Prime Qatar is already known.
    You're being watched.

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Berlin (Germany)
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at WindStone International (Berlin (Germany)) in October 2013.

    Interview

    Die erste E-Mail vom Unternehmensadministrator fragte, wann ich als Freiberufler anfangen könnte. Dies geschah innerhalb von 24 Stunden der Bewerbung. Dann, nach vier Wochen, der CEO und der Geschäftsleiter interviewten mich. Die folgenden Punkte sollten über die Firma beachtet werden:

    1. Das Unternehmen hat keine aufgebaute Projekte auf der Website des Unternehmens übersichtlich aufgelistet.

    2. Es scheint eine hohe Fluktuation der Mitarbeiter zu geben

    3. Das Büro ist in Deutschland, aber alle Projekte sind im Nahen Osten

    4. Das Unternehmen kann eine "Freiberufler"-Stelle als die höchste Stelle des Büros anbieten.

    Interview Questions

    • Nach etwa fünf Minuten Interview, wurde ich plötzlich gefragt: "Aus welchem ​​Land ist Ihr Pass?"   1 Answer

    Reasons for Declining

    Die folgenden Punkte sollten über die Firma beachtet werden:

    1. Das Unternehmen hat keine eingebaute Projekte, die eindeutig auf der Website des Unternehmens aufgeführt werden.

    2. Es scheint eine hohe Fluktuation der Mitarbeiter zu geben

    3. Das Büro is

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