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Condé Nast London, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)

Bewertungen für Condé Nast London, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)

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    • Kultur & Werte
    • Vielfalt & Inklusion
    • Karrieremöglichkeiten
    • Vergütung & Zusatzleistungen
    • Führungsebene
    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Editorial in London, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)
    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Editorial in London, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)
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    Negative Prognose
    Negativ Geschäftsführer

    Ich habe in Vollzeit bei Condé Nast gearbeitet (Über 8 Jahre)

    Pros

    Events, Location, Free magazines, Travel, Status

    Kontras

    Low Salary
    Hard to progress
    Racial microaggressions
    Rude colleagues

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Jobs bei Condé Nast, London, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)

Gehälter für Condé Nast London, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)

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Vorstellungsgespräche bei Condé Nast London, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)

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  1. Hilfreich (1)  

    Commerce Writer-Vorstellungsgespräch

    Anonymer Bewerber im Vorstellungsgespräch in London, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)
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    Negative Erfahrung

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    Ich habe mich online beworben. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Juni 2020 bei Condé Nast (London, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)).

    Vorstellungsgespräch

    After submitting an online application, I was contacted the next day to complete a series of 3 written tasks. I wasn’t completely surprised as the job advert had mentioned wanting a candidate who can start as soon as possible. I was informed that based on my success in the tasks I would be invited to a first stage interview.

    The tasks consisted of:
    - critiquing British Vogue’s current approach to Commerce content / Affiliates and describing what you might change
    -suggesting how you would update and optimise an existing shopping gallery for SEO
    - creating a suitable example of “shoppable content” British Vogue’s website to demonstrate your skills.

    Safe to say, this took a great deal of time. For me, it took the entirety of my weekend as I wanted to make it through to the next stage.

    I submitted the tasks on a Monday and was informed on Friday in a blanket email I was bcc-ed on from the Director of Audience & Data Intelligence that out of 400 applicants, I had made the top 25. He admitted that due to both the number of applicants and the current COVID-19 working from home situation that “the process for shortlisting for Round 1 video interviews is taking a little longer than hoped, but keep your cool - this will be completed next week and you will be contacted as soon as we have time in the diary.”

    However that was nearly a month ago, at the end of June. I never heard back in the week following but chalked this up to, as he said the delays due to everything currently going on. When two weeks passed I reached out for some clarity - had I perhaps been missed off of a group email or was I no longer being considered for the role? Either way, I wanted to know. Just for my own peace of mind and so I could move on with other applications.

    As I said, it’s now been a month and I have been totally ghosted by Conde Nast. There has been no update. Even if the job has been put on hold due to unforeseen circumstances, I think candidates should be informed, even if it’s just a short email explaining the situation. I can’t understand why Condé Nast thinks it’s acceptable to treat candidates like this, especially after asking them to complete such time consuming tasks. It’s also quite a big ask to ask candidates to wait this long to hear back (in the miraculous situation that they finally reach out for an interview now a month later!). I can’t imagine many individuals job searching would have the privilege to wait so long just to hear back. Most likely, like myself, others have moved on and have gained employment elsewhere.

    Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch

    • Critique British Vogue’s current approach to Commerce content / Affiliates and describe what you might change   Frage beantworten
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