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    Entretien de Human Resources Business Partner - Toronto, ON Location

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - Toronto, ON
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    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 5 jours. J'ai passé un entretien à Zomato (Toronto, ON) en août 2015.


    This recruitment experience was possibly the worst I've ever encountered. The recruiter sent me an email to set-up a time to discuss the opportunity - we set a date for a Saturday (weird). At the time of the appointment I called the recruiter and there wasn't an answer. I waited five minutes and called back - no answer so I left a message. He emailed me later in the day with a reason he was not able to take my call and asked for another time we could talk. I communicated various times/dates and he did not confirm an appointment. I was confused and one of the potential set times arrived so I called to ensure we could talk or at least to clarify a set time. There was no answer and his voicemail was full so I was unable to leave a message. He emailed me but this time the email was addressed to another applicant (I assume). We finally spoke later that week at which point I was told they had already interviewed a number of candidates who didn't proceed past the face-to-face interviews.

    I was selected to meet in person for a face-to-face interview in their Toronto office. The meeting consisted of another recruiter and a Canadian Operations Leader. It was terrible - the recruiter barely spoke and the Operations Leader seemed uninterested and had an overbearing tone - it almost felt like an interrogation at one point. Based on some of my questions - it was clear he had no people vision for the Canadian arm of Zomato and lacked any understanding of the HR role outside of transactional tasks. They also asked some silly questions and focused A LOT on why I wanted to work for Zomato.

    They are clearly disorganized and have little understanding that an interview is a two-way process. They seem unaware that their poor recruitment methods reflect poorly on the company brand and there is a huge disconnect between what the job description is and what they sense is that they don't know what they need versus what they want. During my interview process, I got the sense that it was the norm that employees work Saturday's. I don't mind putting in the time to accomplish my tasks that can't be done during the week when I need to hit a deadline, but routinely working on the week-end will burn-out your workforce ages and settles into life with families, they will not be keen on such a demanding schedule. Consider a new approach.

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    • Face-to-face interview Q: Say you have been working for Zomato for three to five years, name three things you would have learned?   1 réponse
    • Face-to-face Interview Q: They asked about five different times (in different ways) why I wanted to work for Zomato.   1 réponse
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Prix et distinctions de Zomato

  • Startup of the Year, The Economic Times, 2014
  • NDTV Indian of the Year, NDTV, 2016
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