Questions and Answers about Zando

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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.

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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.

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Interviews, assessments - the normal interview process. They really get to know you during the interview process and I felt excited during the process.

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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.

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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.

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Coffee, flexi hours, fruits, nice colleagues

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Expected to do 3 people’s job on a terrible salary.

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No - micromanagers who expect you to devote your life to Zando.

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The finances and turnover of the company is a secret from the employees but they know deep down what's up. I mean, if you give a R200 increase across the board then clearly the company is not doing well.

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