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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at The Better India
The hiring manager took 4-5 days to respond each time. I had to prod them for a response. If you aren't interested, simply be upfront about it. Extremely unprofessional behavior.
- Online questionnaire on the candidate's interest and skills.
I interviewed at The Better India
Nothing much to say it was quite simple and straight forward. Just had to do an online test and send a few samples of my writing. They asked very general questions, nothing political. Mostly about my education and background. Very chilled out process.
- Why Better India?
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at The Better India (Chennai) in Jul 2019
The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at The Better India (London, England, England)
Most seamless process. Friendly top management. Clarity from all point of contacts. Loved thier office space too. Was constantly updated about the process. I have been a regular reader of TBI and thoroughly enjoyed the interview process with them.
- I was given an interesting writing assignment after meeting the head of department.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at The Better India (Bangalore) in Jun 2019
First round was a Technical Face to Face round. Both Front end and Backend technologies were covered. It went for an hour. The questions were mostly logical and thought provoking. Second round was with the Founder of the company . It was basically a discussion round where he described his visions of the company. He even asked few logical/interesting questions.
I applied online. I interviewed at The Better India (Bangalore) in Jun 2019
Never ever in my whole life, I have seen such a clumpy interview schedule and higher management. In the name of recruiting, they just disrespect people in bulk and sweet talk you in return. I felt like I was back in school, Yeap, micro managing to that extend. I gave up right after this because work culture matters a lot for me. Better Indian treat your fellow Indians right.
- I was told that company isn't hiring / looking for a photographer by a gentleman. Moreover, a visual storyteller.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at The Better India (Bangalore) in Feb 2019
Three rounds of interview. One telephonic, two in person with each founder. Two assignments. The process consisted of figuring how to fit candidate inside of the company. There was ample information provided about the company's achievements and their work focus.
- What is my interest in their business?
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at The Better India (Bangalore) in Sep 2018
Type form to fill in details with questions on your understanding of requirement. If you get through, then an F2F interview. Followed by an assignment to complete if you are through the F2F round.
- How much socially inclined are you ?
I applied online. I interviewed at The Better India
I met a manager for an interview, and was given an assignment. After that, I waited for a while, and then was asked to meet the co-founders. It was a cordial meeting, where we discussed various ideas. Based on these things, they judged my aptitude for the job, and I was found suitable.
- Why do you want to join?
The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at The Better India (Bangalore)
You're probably wondering why I've mentioned 3 different roles for the question above. Well, that's because there was absolutely no clarity in the interview process. This organization seems to think it's okay to change roles and job descriptions as they please. The hiring process gives you a first taste of their lack of professionalism. They have no respect for your time and also bombard you with calls like telemarketers even when you request them not to. The information provided during the hiring process is highly misleading. The concept is actually quite great, but the big compromises on professionalism and integrity make it a deal breaker for anyone who values their career.