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Interviews at iUnlimited
Anonymous Employee in Fort Lauderdale, FL
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at iUnlimited (Fort Lauderdale, FL) in May 2016
I don't recall much of the interview process, received the call from Justin Brunette asking if I was still interested in the job. He asked me a few questions about previous work I completed, the interview did not last very long at all. Remember I did the interview from a dog park.
- Are you still interested in the job.
I interviewed at iUnlimited
2 phone interviews and 1 in person interview were part of the process. All took place within a week. They then made offer and asked me to take time to think about it before submitting.
- How often do I obtain video?
What do staff want and what would make them happy? This is a serious question. I have been in public for 25 years. I swear I feel like a mom and therapist as much as a professional. I truly care about my staff. Treat then well, fight for them, invest in their futures. But the last few years it seems like nothing is enough. I am seriously considering early retirement because it is so emotionally draining on me. So many younger staff in here and all I see is complaints. Am I alone?
Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ
I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at iUnlimited (Phoenix, AZ) in Apr 2016
They took time to offer additional jobs internally through posting through their internal web site and posting dates to submit within. Was easy and was able to use their system jazz.
- What do you see yourself doing outside your current role.
I applied through an employee referral The process took 5 days. I interviewed at iUnlimited
You sit down with the CEO and go over your Resume. Pretty simple and right down to business. They want to know where your at in your career.
- Previous experience? Are you flexible? What are your goals?
Anonymous Employee in Huntington Beach, CA
I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at iUnlimited (Huntington Beach, CA) in Aug 2015
Phone interviews, then in person meeting at the company's location. I think I have also some communication via email as well before the decision was made to hire me aboard.
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Anonymous Employee in Sacramento, CA
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at iUnlimited (Sacramento, CA) in Mar 2011
The Interview process very hasty. The Company lack employees due to high turnovers that the company will hire anyone with any related skill experiences. The interview didn't seem like a regular interview.