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Bellevue 500 108th Ave NE #1600 Wegbeschreibung
Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei VMware (Über 3 Jahre)
Great culture, good people, nice to wake up and come to work even if it is remote. All the tools needed to do the job. Use some the best technology to around to get your work done.
Remote workforce makes it easy.
Leadership is changing from CEO to many executives to many VP. Seems like leadership turn over is very high.
Internal transfer and job changes are not occuring as fast as other companies.
People feel they have to leave to get promoted.
Rat an das Management
Get leaders VP and above hired and less turn-over. Hire from within and promote from within more often.
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Ich habe mich auf Empfehlung eines Mitarbeiters beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte mehr als 4 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Januar 2020 bei VMware (Bellevue, WA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
One of the worst interview process I had with VMC team. They had me initially scheduled for a telephonic interview. After the telephonic round, I was called onsite during their hiring event with 1 day notice period. She was super rude and felt like she was randomized and uninterested. Onsite interview consisted of 4 rounds of interview. 3 of the interviewers were knowledgable and nice. The last interviewer was tired and didn't feel interested to do the interview.
After 2 weeks recruiters calls back asking where was I at the interview process and as soon as I mentioned that I have interviews scheduled I was told that they would like to extend an offer and then they went back and forth regarding expectations and finally they put together a compelling offer. I was given an offer expiration date by when I called them to accept the offer and they suddenly ghosted me. They don't answer the calls nor respond to the emails. Thankfully I did not back out of my other offers.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch