Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei William Blair (Über 8 Jahre)
Wonderful people and steady, pleasant company culture. Being a larger firm, there are many office amenities available (at the very least in their Chicago HQ). Decent benefits.
Speaking from the IB world, career trajectory is minimal (often times non-existent) if you are not an investment banker.
Rat an das Management
Please work to create more career advancement opportunities and you will hold onto to your talent.
Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte mehr als 3 Monate. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im August 2017 bei William Blair (Chicago, IL (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
- Phone Interview (1 month after applying) - great discussion, nothing out of the ordinary.
- In-person interview (2 months after applying) - HR communication was flawless before interview, travel logistics and lodging were impeccable.
Everything went well until I showed up for the interview. With my background, I figured I would be a great fit for the role. Unfortunately, it wasn't until the hiring manager saw me in person that questions about whether I really wanted the position and if it would be a good fit came up. I have a feeling that this was a case of hiring discrimination, but of course this is something that can hardly ever be proven (and companies know this). I should note that everyone was kind; whether feigned or genuine, I'll never know.
With that said, I didn't interview with or notice any black employees in the office; however, was informed (without asking) that there was one analyst. While it is common, in my field, to rarely see others who look like me, I generally accept that there is fierce competition. However, I discovered that the person who was hired had fewer years of education and post-graduate work experience, but was white.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch