(My response to a "you're not worthy" email I got from ITT after being invited to a supposed interview)
Hello, ITT Tech.
I am glad to have the opportunity to reply to your email as I wish to describe my experience during my "interview" yesterday.
Not only was it a waste of my time but I was insulted by the fact that I was made to take a "test" before given the courtesy of a company overview or even details on the supposed job. How shameful that a company would value a math test over talking directly with a candidate.
I should have left immediately, especially when I and 2 other interviewees were ushered into a noisy room and what seemed to be a daycare situation, where children were allowed to run and play while their parents got homework help from a loud tutor. My greeter, Edwina Morgan-Forh, was all smiles but thoroughly unprepared (computers were not on for us nor at the appropriate start point for the "exam", no paper and pencils handy, her inability to give clear answers about the test to another interviewee, and an inappropriate exam room). For an hour and a half, I was subjected to an idiotic math and grammar test, which apparently I "failed" (hilarious considering the obvious incompetence that I observed of the ITT employees - have someone with good customer relation skills manning your front desk, by the way) because soon after the test, I was hustled into a hallway and told that I was no longer eligible for an interview. No one anyone gave me the courtesy of talking with me about my excellent skills, experience, and educational background.
I should have seen this coming. I did not post for this job and it certainly did not have the professional corporate feel that I am accustomed to. Now that I've investigated further into ITT Tech, I see other negative comments posted online about the shenanigans played here, many comments made by your own employees. Next time, I'll do my homework!