Hey folks, seeing some comments from people having a hard time with interviews I thought I’d put my 22 year experience in customer service to “service”😎 and leave you a few more companies that have either NO interviews or extremely easy ones. Hope you find it useful.
This is for those that are super shy, get nervous or face ageism or disability prejudice from companies.
I left a first list a few weeks ago: https://www.jobcase.com/conversations/aa96efa0-535d-4a8f-91e0-0da271627c95
Here are 3 more I found while cleaning up my Windows 1968 hard disk:)
1 - Omniinteractions - No Interview
Instead, you need to pass an easy test. It consists of computer proficiency, customer service skills questions, voice recording, and typing speed. You need an average speed of 22 words per minute, don't tell me that’s not super easy peasy…
The csr skills questions are recorded in their system. If you mess up you can’t re-record but you CAN PAUSE the system after completing each question. The questions they ask are all the common questions you can see anywhere for customer service. My advice with this company: don't complicate it.. I tend to do long answers and it doesn't work here because they give you a time limit. They just want to hear the industry’s standard answers.
Ex: How do you handle an angry customer?: An excellent industry-standard reply includes: 1- Apologies, 2- show that you own your mistakes,3- tell the customer what steps you will take to solve the issue 4- solve it, 5- tell customer you will get back as soon as solved , 6- finally, once solved reach out again to ensure things are perfect now and that you stand ready for any further help.
One thing though, try always replying from concrete past experiences
Pros: No Interviews, pick your own schedule, average pay rate $15 for a beginner, free training to access new roles. You can block work slots of just 30 mins. Bonus payment for great performance. Reliable weekly payment. As you complete projects successfully, they will award you more projects.
Cons: - Irregular work availability for starters. Some projects are first come first served, for others, workers with a longer history have priority. Contractor position so no insurance, paid holidays etc, Not available in all states: Hope I don't get sacked for saying this but if you are in a state they don't serve, you can maybe use a family /friends address or just buy a virtual address for $5 and try adding a VPN for a useful state.
2 - Fancy Hands - No Interview
Easiest hiring process I’ve ever done: They ask really simple questions like what would you use a google doc for plus a few basic grammar and internet search questions. The test is NOT TIMED*** So Super Easy! Pay Rate is not great but decent and per task
Ex: finding a great flower delivery shop in a given location or booking a restaurant under specific criteria. Basically, you need to be a good internet searcher.
3- Working Solutions - Super Easy Interview
Pretty much the same process as Omni except that assessment consists of behavioral questions. Ex: If you were an ice cream flavor, which one would you be? Recruiters don't expect a specific good answer but rather that you be able to back up your answer with an explanation
Tests are timed to 5 mins per question- BUT NO WORRIES, you can restart endlessly so you can research the net for your correct answer!
Once accepted you choose a project for which you will need to go through an online interview but it's only 5-10 minutes. When I joined, the recruiter asked me about my past experience and actually interrupted me after a few mins… she seemed to just want to ensure I was applying for the correct role... They won't ask too much since they rely essentially on their training to get you fit for the role.
4 - Other super easy No interview companies They come often within the Artificial Intelligence field: Telus International, We Localize and Appen have No interviews, just tests to pass and Modsquad’s interview is very casual. They all have many projects.
General tip for companies hiring through assessments only This site- Jobcase is pretty cool because you can search who works at any company- like myself;) - and connect with that person to get more insights, Another super site that provides great info for assessment answers for different companies is Reddit.
If you are having difficulty during interviews I hope you found this helpful👍👍
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Iv got 20 plus yrs in hvac an plenty of expereince in factory work how do i even get an interview set for the most part how do i aplly
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