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Mission: OTR is a leading channel and marketplace research firm serving Wall Street clients by providing research for more than 20 years. It prepares its research by aggregating, comparing and contrasting marketplace intelligence gathered from nontraditional sources. OTR compares its ...
I have been working at OTR Global full-time (Less than a year)
Friendly, helpful colleagues. Interesting work, great company culture, growth and mobility.
The coffee is not that great
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at OTR Global in December 2018.
I applied for the position, not having one of the required employee attributes (my resume shows I do not have their required knowledge) but I had other attributes they were looking for so I thought I would apply. A couple of hours later I get an email asking for a phone interview the next day.
The interview was a complete waste of time. The woman, who was admittedly nice, said that due to my missing knowledge I was not a good fit for the role. Why would you set up an interview with someone you believe isn't a good fit in the first place which could clearly be seen by my resume? Setting up an interview suggests that to the recruiter or employer, on paper, you are a good fit.
It was an overall complete waste of time and I would have preferred to never hear an answer from my original application than spend time preparing only to be denied within minutes for something that could be seen on my resume.
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