Je travaille chez Kronos Incorporated à plein temps (Pendant plus de 3 ans)
L'ambiance est conviviale, les employés sont valorisés, le salaire est concurrentiel, les avantages sociaux sont presque imbattables, le télétravail est possible la plupart du temps (dépendemment des livraisons en cours) et les heures sont flexibles.
Il y a beaucoup de changements en cours dans les processus de travail et cela a des répercussions parfois indésirables sur les projets. Cela peut créer des frustrations si vous n'êtes pas quelqu'un de très patient.
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J'ai postulé via un recruteur. Le processus a pris 3 semaines. J'ai passé une entrevue à Kronos Incorporated (Boston, MA (États-Unis)) en juin 2018.
Initial Phone Screening, post conversation with the recruiter, was performed by a Business user for a role that would work closely with them, but reporting into IT. IT had totally different expectations of the role- which was evident in the contrast in the line of questioning between the "latest" hiring manager and the other 5 interviewers who were business users. I call out "latest" because from the first call with the recruiter until the final interview, there were multiple versions of who the role was reporting into, and where the hiring manager was going to be, which eventually became clear on the day of the interview. During the interview, the business users were focusing on practical application of the role's skills which is what someone expects in a regular interview, whereas the "latest" hiring manager was focusing on theoretical questions on "defining terms" that one finds answers for on google. Another fun fact, the job title on the Kronos job board changed a few times between when the role was introduced to me and the day of the interview. At the end of all the interviews, it appeared that they were trying to catch all of 3-4 different IT roles into this 1 role and were probably looking for a superman.
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