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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Paysafe Group (Hyderabad (India)) in April 2021.
I applied through employee referral.
After initial round, the HR contacted me saying that I am shortlisted for the next round and that it was a Hiring Manager round.
How can a candidate be judged only in 1 technical round?
Hiring manager round was only for 20 mins.
After this, they contacted me saying that I am suitable for Platform Engineer not Senior position based on my single technical round feedback. And that I would be given an offer and can join if I am ok with taking the position. (Which I accepted)
Later, there was a package negotiation and the next day the update was: "You have applied for PE2 but are suitable for PE1. Currently there are no positions open for PE1. We will contact you in future."
Even to get this update I had to call the HR. He has a very bad attitude and no manners what so ever!
When I asked that how did you say that you would extend the offer the previous day without having position open? He started shouting "Why are you questioning me? Why are you arguing. I didn't like your negotiation regarding the package. You talk to the person who referred you. He said you won't join the company(which my referee didn't). We have discussed internally."
After shouting at me on the phone call, he pings my friend (paysafe employee) and says that "She has a bad attitude, she is arguing. She is rejected and I also updated my manager the same."
HR employees represent the company and they are answerable to the candidates to whom they said they would extend an offer but later deny it without proper explanation and unacceptable interview process. Asking clarifying questions is not arguing and the HR doesn't have any right to shout on the candidates.