Recruiter wants to schedule phone call after onsite, what would this mean

New wsrO51
Nov 11 22 Comments

I had a long interview process with 2 onsites at uber and now recruiter wants to schedule a phone call again. He/She dint mention if this was an offer or rejection where they want to just give some feedback. What should I expect? Getting restless

Update:
> The phone call was to find out if anything had changed on my end and to mention that it is taking longer than expected to make a decision.
> Later the recruiter called again to say that the team had decided to move in a different direction and they only had positive feedback from the interview and it was a very tough decision to make

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TOP 22 Comments
  • Intel Djokovic
    Good luck, these days some recruiters try to be humane and call and convey rejection. Not sure why. Just send the damn email.
    Nov 11 1
    • New wsrO51
      OP
      I second that ⤴️
      I would hate to pretend to be thank you and all just after they reject. I would rather have it over email and take a moment to digest it before fake smile again
      Nov 11
  • Cornerstone nmsnn
    Just have the phone call you’ll likely hear the outcome during the call so get some lube ready
    Nov 11 0
  • New scheme
    Ugh. Hate such recruiters. At least they didn't keep you hanging over a weekend. All the best.👍
    Nov 11 1
    • Reddit gRfk60
      Hate? Wow, you must be a gem to be around.
      Nov 11
  • Amazon bdie
    Probably they’ll share that the team is laid off and they are not hiring anymore
    Nov 11 0
  • Red Hat Johnniewic
    Sorry to break the news - If they mentioned “feedback” it’s not good. As written feedback is not shared as they’re liable for a law suit.
    Nov 11 2
    • New wsrO51
      OP
      No, they dint mention anything in the email except schedule for phone call
      Nov 11
    • Red Hat Johnniewic
      Ok, then that’s good. Good luck!
      Nov 11
  • Deloitte CxYs10
    What happened finally? Did you get it also TC and level please?
    Nov 20 0
  • Uber xyyvogar
    I had a call w recruiter after on-site too! Turned out both teams wanted me so she let me know over the phone. Think it’s good news!
    Nov 12 0
  • Uber vtsax1
    Shes tryna smahs
    Nov 11 0
  • Uber BrianOf
    Don't read too much into it. My experience is that this can go both ways.
    Nov 11 0
  • LinkedIn / Eng iManager
    I think you got it. Recruiter wants to talk over phone to gauge how excited you are passing the interview. Helps them when TC discussions happen
    Nov 11 0
  • Cruise Automation xqTJ65
    I got an offer like that. I think they usually just send a rejection email.
    Nov 11 0
  • Google unfairg
    Uber just need 2 interviews for an offer?
    Nov 11 3
    • New wsrO51
      OP
      I had 2 onsites. First onsite with 4 interviewers back to back and second onsite with 3 interviewers. Before onsite I had one with hiring manager, followed by case study and another virtual round of interview before going onsite. It just seemed long compared to other companies, don't know if this is standard for Uber
      Nov 11
    • Google unfairg
      It’s offer but why do you want to join Uber? They are laying off people
      Nov 12
    • Microsoft Ovenmitts
      The last one was supposed to be the final one
      Nov 12
  • Wish NfOV60
    Recently I had this situation and the recruiter wanted me to repeat part of the interview (by phone). I've had two recruiter calls after *phone* interviews that were declines. Good luck!
    Nov 11 0
  • Facebook / Eng cogw10
    At FB, the recruiter called me after onsite for offer details. Don’t read too much into it, you’ll know soon enough.
    Nov 11 0
  • Google unfairg
    Offer for sure
    Nov 11 0

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