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6 hours ago, Jorge93 said:

I agree, when I interviewed I had my one on one interview with Jennifer and she did not seem to know anything about my application.  She even said that she read so many applications that she didn't remember anything about mine. Also, on my interviews with the other staff they seemed confused on who was who. I felt like they were not organized at all. I understand they get alot of applications but they should at least look into who they are interviewing each day.  Also, they asked us to take our resume and they did not look at it.

I agree, plus the NDA that we were told to bring and the bio, nothing was asked to be turned in.  When we were asked to complete the survey in the end, I was very honest about what I thought of the interview process. 

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