- Nov 21, 2008
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The HR screener won't care that much. Plus, everyone is so desperate it won't matter.I'm likewise miserable in my current gig. Got a screener interview on Monday for a fantastic opportunity, but I'm so stressed and worn out its going to be tough to muster the fake enthusiasm it needs.
We generally have 4-5 interviews for two reasons:Lol I guess I have to respect a company that makes quadruple sure they are not hiring an edina.
1. It gives all the various stakeholders some sense of buy in. On our team you're going to work with a lot of different teams, so having someone from the adjacent teams makes them feel like they have a say. It generally leads to a better starting relationship.
2. Sometimes people have a really good/bad interview, so it let's us normalize a bit. Plus it helps increase diversity of thought to get cross-functional member feedback.