Interview with HR and hiring Manager, psychometric assessments, final interview with MD if applying for very senior role. Questions are relevant and to the point, they make you feel as comfortable as possible.
It's ridiculous. Working overtime is an unwritten rule and don't even think for one second that you're going to get paid for it.
Zando full out lies during the interview process and do not disclose all information and responsibilities during the interview process. They are so desperate for staff, so it’s understandable.
Management need to go for training. They take a backseat approach and you only ever get interest shown from them when there is a issue to be raised. They have no tact and people skills. How many of them got into management roles is beyond me.
Urgh, I try to avoid answering the question but in all honesty, they oversell the role you're applying for as well as the poor environment to simply fill seats and meet quota.