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Je travaille chez AstraZeneca à temps partiel (Plus d'un an)
Best place to work as culture encourages collaboration and respect.
A lot of work currently due to pandemic however hoping things return to normal after.
J'ai postulé via un recruteur. J'ai passé un entretien à AstraZeneca (Gaithersburg, MD (États-Unis)) en septembre 2020.
A recruiter reached out to me for this role. They stated that this role was a good fit based on my experience.
The asked my questions about my technical background, my project, and what I was looking for in terms of salary. They then spent a lot of time telling me about the perks of the job: how they had a great office in Gaithersburg, how they were looking to grow the company, and how they were looking for a motivated candidate to work on a VB.NET project for them.
One odd thing they also said is they were looking for someone "Young and Hungry". Discriminating based on age is illegal in the US, so I found it strange for a recruiter to say this. I shrugged the statement off because I needed a job.
Other than the strange "age" comment, It all sounded good, however prior to submitting my information to the hiring manager they stated they would need my social security number to be used in their applicant tracking system.
Its a bit strange to ask for a SSN just to interview. I told them I was not comfortable giving my SSN for just an interview, but would be happy to provide it if they gave me an offer for the W2 form. They said no, either SSN or they can't interview me.
So we had a mutual parting of ways even though my resume was a good fit because AstraZeneca has archaic business practices where it requires a SSN just to interview...
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