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Lightfoot in my opinion hasn’t done a good job convincing residents why they need to stay in Chicago. Daley and Rahm both understood this and wanted to draw people to live here . (Sure, they overspent, but that’s a different story.) The default response I hear is, “Go, leave”, but for those who remain, this affects you, too. When people leave en masse, property values decrease, businesses close (talk to any small business owner right now), and taxes go up, there are fewer reasons for you
Anonymous Employee in Chudleigh, England, England
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Lightfoot (Chudleigh, England, England) in Jan 2019
After sending my CV to the HR Manager Milly Harding she asked me to come to Lightfoot premises for an interview the next day. I had an interview with Milly and my future line manager and the was offered the role within 24 hours. The process was extremely efficient, friendly and a fun interview. Great company.
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Lightfoot in Jan 2019
I applied via email with my CV and Cover Letter and received an invite to interview just over a week later. I was interviewed by the HR manager and my new line manager (Pre-Sales Manager). They started off the process by introducing themselves and explaining the company and the role in more detail which I found very helpful and it made me feel at ease right from the start. I then had the chance to talk them through my CV, highlighting how my various experiences were relevant to the role. It wasn't the traditional competency based interview which I was used to - I wasn't asked questions that put me on the spot and I had to remember answers I'd practised at home - it was more a friendly but formal conversation about why I wanted the role, why I wanted to work for Lightfoot in particular and why I thought I'd be good in this role. Overall it was a very positive experience and I got offered the job which I accepted.
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