At OnlineDoctor, you don’t have to write coding tests under time pressure. If I were to do that, the unspoken message with it would be something like „Be prepared to join a hell of project management, where you will regularly have to do you work under (time) pressure.“ A situation like this should be the exception, not the rule. Think carefully what message you transport when conducting a job interview. Participants will read between the lines, but they won’t tell you, they’ll just cancel.
You can read the full interview about our way of recruiting in BusinessInsider here: https://www.businessinsider.de/karriere/zwei-tech-unternehmen-drehen-den-recruiting-prozess-um-und-lassen-die-bewerber-die-fragen-stellen/