Mission: A flexible cash flow is critical to the success of any small or mid-sized business. Traditionally, banks have neglected the millions of European SMEs because their processes have been too slow, rigid and costly to serve them effectively. By using cutting-edge technology and ...
I worked at iwoca part-time
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at iwoca (London, England).
Terrible organisation from top to bottom. I arrived with no warning of the construction that was going on in the area and absolute no assistance from the employee who had contacted me via email. On the fourth floor (where they are located, right above Heiniken) is where the interview took place. The interviewer is the Finance Controller of the company, who had previosuly worked at PwC. He clearly had no interviewing experience and was more interested about my knowledge of the company that the actual position I was aiming to fill. Ridiculous questions and really aggravating interruptions from him. Did not respect any opinion that was not the same as his and seemed to have an ego the size of London. After a 45 minute interview with him, he left and introduced me to two other members of the accounting 'department' of the small company which where two nice and kind young women who looked fun to work with in all honesty. But the guy who interviewed me intially was a total jerk and because he is sort of in charge I would highly recommend avoiding this place like the bubonic plague. If there is trouble at the top (the interviewer from PwC) and the company cannot even get there interviewing process correct why bother wasting your time here?
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