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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Senior Manager IT in Houston, TX (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Senior Manager IT in Houston, TX (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)

    Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Quinnox

    Pros

    good salary in market comparing with competitors.

    Kontras

    hectic work , less work opportunities.

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    Anonymer Bewerber im Vorstellungsgespräch in Houston, TX (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
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    Ich habe mich über einen Personalvermittler beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte eine Woche. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im März 2019 bei Quinnox (Houston, TX (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).

    Vorstellungsgespräch

    The hiring process was pretty ridiculous. They must have been late to start a project, because they wanted me to start *the* *next* *Monday*. Whatever, I had the interview. It was a clumsy awkward 30 minute interview with three people. The next day I got told I had the job. What? Okay.

    So I looked their offer over. I had to decline because the W-2 contract language was just preposterous. The non-compete, the "you have to give six weeks notice", all of that was absurdly slanted to the company. It was probably so absurdly slanted that no judge would ever enforce it, but either way, it was not at all something I'd put my name to.

    Since I did know they were super pressed for time, I offered signing on as a 1099 subcontractor. They delayed a few days (which meant the Monday date was passed) and then came back telling me the client wanted someone with more "experience in datasets and SQL". Which is absurd because that's literally been my entire career.

    But whatever. Easy come easy go. I knew I only got the offer after a bad and awkward 30 minute interview because they were pressed for time, so I don't hold it against them that they rescinded it when I wasn't willing to sign their contract.

    It's just that they seemed two-faced about it all. I mean, literally six days ago they were texting me to wish my father a happy birthday to motivate me to sign the W-2 contract. And then yesterday they're like "the client wants more experience". Why not just be honest about it? I knew I was only coming in because you needed butts in seats. That's fine, no reason to sugarcoat it. But I treated you with honesty, I told you what I was really thinking about it all, I just wish you had the respect to treat me the same way.

    So for potential future employees, just don't be fooled if you're pressed for time and they're all calling you "you're part of the family" "happy 67th to your father!". I won't go so far as to call them snakes, but they are definitely willing to misrepresent themselves to get what they want.

    Meh. Overall a good experience, just a bit silly.

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