I worked at Correct Group full-time (More than a year)
Good positive energy atmosphere, happy to go to work the next day.
Work among some great minds, learn exposure to technology.
Good old work is respected and seen by those that put the effort in.
Some client supported are not financially or technically feasible to support.
Some staff leverage the system.
I applied online. I interviewed at Correct Group (London, England) in September 2014.
I was contacted by a staffing agency. I first spoke with the agency and they introduced the role. After submitting my resume, I got a call a day later from the Meraki recruiter to set up an introductory call. That call lasted 20 minutes and he went over my career history, salary, and goals. The recruiter sent over a list of technical topics to prepare for during the next round.
My first real discussion was with an engineer. They asked about routing, wireless, security and mobile questions. It sounded like the engineer was reading off a set list of questions. I passed and the recruiter set up a video webex with the hiring manager. With the manager, we went over career history again, education, and some technical topics. A day later I got an email saying I wasn't selected.
I would have appreciated some feedback because I thought I did pretty well on all interviews. I'm not sure where I could have improved. Overall, average interview experience.
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