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Why did you come to this company?

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Ritika’s Answer

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Hi Jessica! I came to this company because of the people! It's really important to talk to your interviewers and people who work in your role to get a feel for your work environment. The people I talked to were really supportive and willing to teach me, so I decided this was the best opportunity for me.
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Jeni’s Answer

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I came to this company for my professional growth. I was enjoying what I was doing in my other role but this offered me the opportunity to show what I'm passionate about on a daily basis. The company is very collaborative and empowers their employees to shine. In addition, leadership is a constant presence in a good way. I know that my immediate team and my leadership team have my back. The open door policy is part of our culture which makes me feel supported. They also believe in doing the right thing.

I've been in the CX industry for 20+ years and knew that my next role needed to be something I saw myself in for the long-term. Medallia was a perfect fit for me.

Over the years I've learned what's most important to me when vetting a company. They met all of those criteria and more.

Find what you value and try to pair yourself with companies that match those values.
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Michael’s Answer

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Hi Jessica,
Thank you for the question! Honestly, I think this is a great question to ask a potential employer during the interview process. For me, I joined Third Coast Underwriters (AF Group) due to the reputation of the company, how they value policyholders and agents and the fact they put people first. The people you work with daily also have a tremendous impact on ones desire to work for a specific organization. When you're considering joining a new company, in addition to asking the interviewer why they joined the company - I would also recommend asking for references in the industry. This can go a long way in helping you, personally, decide on why (or why not) to join a specific company. I hope this helped!
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Ram’s Answer

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Hello! I came to U.S. Bank for a few reasons. First of all, everyone that I spoke to on the phone at the company was super helpful and eager to help me get my foot in the door. The people at a firm has always been the most important factor in deciding where I want to work. Even after being introduced to the team virtually, I realized that the people at the firm were all invested in my professional and personal growth. My second reason for U.S. Bank was that I knew I wanted to be in the financial services industry, but I wanted to work at a big bank that does not have a negative stigma around the work culture and environment. Lastly, U.S. Bank prides itself on being the most ethical financial institution, and I believe that is another super important quality when working in the finance industry and during an unstable financial time for the economy.

Ram recommends the following next steps:

  • 1. Reach out to people at the firm via email
  • 2. Set up a phone call to learn more about their role and ask questions
  • 3. Ask them to connect you with someone more involved with campus opportunities
  • 4. Send a followup to everyone you have spoken to and thank them for their help
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Lloyd M.’s Answer

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Hi...I joined Fannie Mae due to the fact they recruited me to come work for them and I saw it as an opportunity to diversify my professional experience. I also was attracted to the mission of Fannie Mae as I learned what they did in their corporate social responsibilities with the local DC communities. Location was also a factor as I found DC to be an attractive area to live and work.
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Rakesh’s Answer

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I joined Dell as I wanted to learn Kubernetes and help my customers build cloud native applications in PKS
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Ritika’s Answer

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Hi Jessica! I came to this company because of the people! It's really important to talk to your interviewers and people who work in your role to get a feel for your work environment. The people I talked to were really supportive and willing to teach me, so I decided this was the best opportunity for me.
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