How I automated our interview feedback process in less than 15 minutes

  • They interviewed you in isolation (at first), and graded the candidates against 4 attributes that matter to Google (Strategic, Analytical, Googlyness, and Creative)
  • Then on each attribute, they marked you as a recommendation to (Hire, Reluctantly hire, Reluctantly don’t hire, and don’t hire)
  • These scores, with about a thousand other things, are put together in a pack, which goes to someone who looks for consistent scores and then presumably makes a decision.

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