Here's an incomplete list of EA organisations and whether they provide feedback after test tasks. For example, if EA org asks you to write a short policy brief or redesign their front page as part of their hiring process, will they give you any feedback beyond pass/fail?
I started putting this list together because some of my friends were frustrated with the lack of feedback they've gotten on work tests, so I wanted to be able to advise them where it's worth them applying and where they should be prepared not to hear back. it is really, really hard to get hired by an EA organisation and providing feedback to candidates about why they didn't get hired is one way to mitigate the cost of rejection. Based on a couple of informal Twitter polls, it also looks like more candidates prefer feedback than financial compensation for work trials, especially if the feedback is quite specific.
Ought provides detailed, personalised feedback for each candidate. One candidate said, "Basically at every stage they discussed what they thought I did well at and what concerns they had, partially for my benefit, and partially to see if I could give them other data to correct for any misimpressions."
One person who trialled at 80,000 Hours reported feedback throughout the process.
EA Funds (which I believe is part of the Centre for Effective Altruism) provided some general feedback to candidates.
Rethink Priorities give some limited personalized feedback for people who make it to the interview stage or beyoond. Their hiring process involves a 1hr work test on the application that all ~300 take. ~100 of them advance to a second 2hr work task. ~30 of them advance to a 1hr interview. And then ~15 advance to a 7hr final test task. Then we hire ~5.
The Good Food Institute provide feedback on request.
The Fish Welfare Initiative provided detailed feedback on request.
The Centre on Long-term Risk is reported to provide some general feedback on request.
Some people reported that Open Philanthropy did not provide any feedback on work tests, but one person reported receiving some verbal feedback and another reported receiving 1-2 short paragraphs after requesting feedback.
Giving What We Can gives the option for applicants who reach the work trial stage to receive unedited, anonymously graded reviewer feedback.
One successful applicant to the Future of Humanity Institute didn't recall receiving any feedback, but an unsuccessful applicant who reached the interview stage of the Research Scholars program was offered a 40-minute call with detailed feedback.
Longview Philanthropy gives feedback on request after work tests.
Please comment below if you know of the hiring practices of other organisations!