I am interviewing for a position at a huge multinational company in Germany. I will have an on-site interview soon. The company sent me a travel expenses reimbursement form. This form was horrendously designed, both technically (.doc format which they somehow managed to be unable to fill out with Word) and stylistically (unclear where to put info, not enough space for some parts, way too much space for others).
Shall I bring this up at the interview? And how much of a red flag is this?
To make the motivation for this question clear: I have worked for a company with an incompetent administration before and it was a pain. And even that company took great care to ensure that everything that was sent to a third party was streamlined. If a significant part of a job involves fighting internal bureaucracy, I am not interested.
I am applying for a technical position. I will have nothing to do with marketing. My worries are about the level of incompetence or even malice that is to be expected when dealing with the internal bureaucracy of that company.
An update after the interview: The (small-ish) group I was applying to is operating independently of the huge multinational. Apparently, they do their own administration. I did not mention the form, and the interview went well. The lesson learned for me is to try not to overthink details which may have unexpected explanations.