When there’s an internal issue, address it. Don’t tell people to just deal with it. Don’t ignore the fact that a majority of your employees are unhappy.
1-2 weeks from your first interview to your first day.
You will be interviewed by people from the department that you are applying for. They usually do not have experience in recruitment or selection and may not adhere to equal opportunity policies.
No preparation required. People who interview you are not HR professionals. Treat it as a normal Q&A session.
I was interviewed by three team leads in the department and they asked questions about customer management and some other things. Then there was a second, short introduction interview where they show you some of what you may be doing in your daily tasks and they don't ask many questions but this is still part of the interview process.
Co-workers are pretty friendly and helpful. Upper/higher management is awful. Don't have too much fun at work or else you will get fired or forced to quit.
The work they do is interesting and you can definitely learn a lot. The future could be bright if they hired for departments accordingly and didn't have such a chauvinistic CEO.
I am very interested in your phone interviewer/transcriber position. Is this a work from home opportunity?
Yes, this is a work from home position.