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I have been working at Quick Release full-time (Less than a year)
My coworkers at QR have become some of my best friends! Everyone has an incredible attitude toward work - very positive and growth mindset centered. The work can be challenging at times, but there is always a group of supportive colleagues to reach out to for help.
As I mentioned, the work can be challenging, particularly in the first few months. There is definitely a learning curve, but no one expects you to know it all from the beginning. As long as you are open and eager to learn/ask questions, you can easily succeed.
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The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Quick Release (Detroit, MI (US)).
60-minute excel exercise, 30-minute basic interview, then 6 hour virtual session, then 1:1 interview. Virtual Assessment Centre included 3.5 minute presentations on topic of your choice, 60 minute group exercise, and 75 minute technical assessment.
Employees all seemed nice, but there was a lot of wasted time during the Assessment Centre. Asking applicants to take a whole day off to participate in this process in addition to the additional steps is not respectful of the applicants’ time.
Process could be greatly streamlined without losing any content.