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1.3 ★
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1.0

over 2 years

Applicant, Unlimited employment

Efficiency, supercooled, disparaging, superficial

This works well in the company

This assessment is based on self-made experiences from 2 application processes, which were almost identical. Contact already 21 days after dispatch of the application and only once follow-up, with following invitation to the discussion. Date was postponed only once (due to urgent short term). Welcom...more

This could be improved

A short acknowledgement of receipt within 24 hours and then either a rejection or invitation within 1 to 2 weeks would be desirable. The advertisement on Jobs.ch is very generic and for months always exactly the same, a reference to a real job would save a lot of time and displeasure. The questions...more

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2.0

over 3 years

Once the company was able to successfully place me, everything fitted very well. Mr. Grimm was interested in me as a person and helped me competently with a job of his own choice. In a second attempt, however, I was disappointed. Mr. Kienle had little interest in my needs and apparently already had...more

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1.0

11 months

Applicant, Internship

The first impression counts

This works well in the company

In my opinion, customer experience also applies to recruiters - this includes, for example, respectful conversation. It's a pity if you are already rebuked during the first telephone contact - the interest in a position is lost immediately.

This could be improved

Someone who answers the phone for information shows honest interest - this should be appreciated accordingly, so that one does not get the impression that the question is a nuisance. Otherwise, in the future it is better not to publish a telephone number in the advertisement.

Translated from German
1.0

about 1 year

Applicant, Unlimited employment

I'd rather not.

This works well in the company

I don't know, I guess we'll have to find out. At least it seems there are still mandates being filled.

This could be improved

reply only after explicit inquiry brash handling, imagination = training Expensive instantaneous water heater - where is the added value?