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I have been working at Lyft as a contractor (More than a year)
Great Money, Great Hours, able to work for myself, working with the public, and Hours are great
Hard to get a hold of people sometimes
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Lyft (Denver, CO (US)) in November 2018.
I applied for a position at Lyft through a current employee. The next day a recruiter named Will contacted me. Went through some CV questions and some questions regarding past experience. The next day I had a phone interview with the hiring manager - mainly situational questions. At the end of the talk, informed me that I would receive a home assignment to complete - 1.5 hours Analytics and Excel test. After a few days I was informed I would be interviewing on-site - 45 min presentation and a total of 3 hours including 3 one-on-ones and a panel with co-workers. Two days later I was informed the hiring manager had some follow-up questions and a call was set up for a few days later. The follow up questions included a test case to evaluate how I think and some specific questions regarding things that came up in the interviews. Recruiter then contacted me after a few days and set up a call to inform me they would extend an offer. Overall Great experience - very straight forward and quick and clear at every stage what where the next steps. The interview process gave me a much more in-depth feel about the role.