I worked at Wolf Greenfield full-time
Great people to work with
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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Wolf Greenfield (Boston, MA) in July 2017.
Reasonable questions in the IT field were asked. The feedback that I received from my recruiter was that there was some things on my resume that I wasI knew very little to nothing about. My rebuttal to this is that for years I have known not to put anything on my resume that I can't speak of and when people ask me a question on a technology I know nothing about, I truthfully informed them I don't have experience with the technology but have a desire in learning.
To also add to that, it was informed to me that a person on the panel stated I was 15-20 minutes late to the interview which is false. I was a few minutes late due to the fact that I drove to a parking lot to take the train into Boston but the lot was full. To save time, I drove in Boston and paid the expensive price for parking for 1.5 hrs. It was unclear to me that going into the building is the equivalent to getting through security at an airport. Yes, all metals including belt, watch, wallet must be removed. The interview panel was supposed to be 3 people but, for whatever reason was cut short to 1 person, maybe they already decided by the time I got there they wouldn't want me as an employee, if that's the case, they shouldn't have begun the interview process. I wouldn't want to work here if 1. They don't listen to employees (this is evident because they didn't ask how come I was a few minutes late) and 2. They're very unfamiliar with the salary range for the position they are looking for; desire to underpay for this position. Best of luck to whomever receives a job offer from them.
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