In the video you’ll receive the answers to the following questions:
- (0:03) …when was the defining moment when did you know that VPA was the job for you?
- (0:57) What was your favorite part of the hiring process?
- (2:55) What was your impression on the hiring process? KAT
All right Beth tell me when was the defining moment, when did you know that VPA was the job for you?
I knew VPA was the job for me before the interview process actually I had worked in the MSP industry for seven years prior to coming to work with VPA and two of my previous industry for seven years prior to coming to work with VPA and two of my previous customers were also VPA customers. One of them referred me to Charlotte introduced me to Charlotte and introduced us because he thought we could help each other out somehow Charlotte referred me to Michelle.
Michelle and I got on the call and we said we don’t know why we’re talking but let’s talk so we started talking about VPA a company my experience in the MSP industry and that by the end of the phone call turned into a job opening and an opportunity and the interview process.
All right Beth can you tell me now that you’re an employee what was your favorite part of the hiring process?
It was definitely when I met with the value team and Michelle asked me to, well, she had each individual member of the value team describe a recent project they were working on so as we went around the room and each team member described a project or challenges, they had recently faced. Michelle asked me to ask them a lot of questions about that process and try to do it drill down into that process. It was different because I wasn’t asked why should I hire you things like that I was actually able to interact with the team and think for myself and show them about the experience I had in those situations.
So, can you tell me what was your impression on the hiring process?
It was very professional very planned and strategic companies I’ve interviewed with. In the past they did not have nearly as much of structure. I could tell the company really wanted to do two things, you know, one make sure that they wanted to bring me on as a long-term employee they were really invested in. It was for a long-term process and also to ensure the opposite that I wanted to be working for the company long term as well.