worldspy - 21.11.11 19:16 Google is almost as famous for its amazing workplace – (Free valet parking! Amazing retreats!) – as it is for its incredibly painful hiring process.
The problems have been:
Google preferred Ivy Leaguers.
It cared about your GPA, even if you're in your 30s.
Google would hassle applicants with "brain teaser" interview questions.
We know about this painful process because we've experienced it first hand.
About five years ago, I applied for a sales job at Google and was told early on that my college GPA (a 3.0) would probably ruin my chances. (I didn't get the job. mehr bei businessinsider.com