I said, no..
I felt this was a very weird question, considering I just met Robin within the last 10 minutes and it was an interview. The first thing that came to my mind was, "have they had people in this office who clash with Robin?" or "is he digging for problems in my candidacy"
The question was a major red flag for me, in terms of an employee's personality and the possibilities of employees who've unsuccessfully work with Robin in the past. However, I liked Robin a lot and felt we were very similar in personality. I do encourage this place, if you're the right personality fit! Moins
I can't remember specific questions as it was so long ago, but as it is a small team, the questions were more focused on my ways of working and my experiences of teamwork.
The second stage involved a presentation only about me and practical questions about commuting etc.
I think when you get to the third interview, everyone in the applicant pool is good. And each applicant has a different background. I think it's more about what background the company is looking, rather than how I can further sell you on me. Moins
'Likes' should no longer be looked at or measured as a key performance indicator (KPI). Likebots and spam accounts can increase brand page 'likes' but what is most important is your fan engagement. What is the use of 1 million page fans if only 300 of them are engaging with your content? Facebook removed inactive accounts & spam accounts a few years back and overnight brands lost hundreds and thousands of 'fans', but worse - the money they had spent to acquire them. Moins