Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took a week – interviewed at AmerisourceBergen (Conshohocken, PA) in May 2015.
The phone interview was pleasant, typical phone screen questions. They seemed interested. I was called back for a first round. I met with two people that I would be supporting. I felt rushed, they were constantly looking around the common place we were intervening in. The second person had me sit at a table in the cafeteria area with her. It was distracting and people were walking by and asking her questions. I appreciate the attempt for a laid back "atmosphere" but it was highly unprofessional and I don't even think she listened to the majority of my answers, and even pronounced my name incorrectly two times.
- How important is confidentially to you? Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at AmerisourceBergen (Frisco, TX) in May 2015.
Applied online. Got a call in few days. Showed up for the interview to meet a panel of stubborn and rude professionals. They started asking questions like tell us what do you know about ABC, tell us what do you know about Speciality Group. Luckily I had done all the legwork and I was able to confidently answer questions. They asked 25+ situational questions and if I answered that I never came across a particular situation, they frowned. I am brown skin and have a mild (not thick) accent and it distinctly came to my notice they did were not welcoming and receiving to my accent. They did not ask any questions on my past experience. Neither were they interested in my skills nor experience. Too much cold shoulders. To me it sounded as if they had made up their mind to hire someone out of referral and were just conducting these interviews for HR check marks. Overall it sounded too bureaucratic and red tape. Interviewing managers lacked basic etiquettes. Sneezing without a hand kerchiefs, frowning on answers, no smiles when greeting. Lucky I'm not a part of this circus they put up there.
- Too many situational questions as if they are interviewing for a CEO 1 Answer
- No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 2 days – interviewed at AmerisourceBergen (Naperville, IL) in March 2015.
Very vague generalized Interview questions. Corporation seemed to already have an idea of whom theyd like to hire from within the corporation and on fantasized others with the opportunity to fill the opening. Managers kept interviews very short and impersonal
- What do you believe you can offer this corporation? 1 Answer
Helpful (6)No OfferNegative Experience
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at AmerisourceBergen.
I applied online and had a phone interview with the Recruiter and then was invited in for an in person interview. When my interview was confirmed, I received an agenda that I was scheduled to meet with four people. However, when I arrived, I was told that it was changed to two people, which I thought could have been addressed ahead of time. After the interview, the person did not walk me back down to the front desk, which I thought was odd. As an HR professional, I bring my guests back to the front desk area.
- The questions were fairly typical. Answer Question
Helpful (1)No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at AmerisourceBergen (Valley Forge, PA) in February 2015.
The phone interview went really fast. She just asked me typical interview questions about myself. She did not respond to anything I was saying, she just flew through the questions. Despite that, I made it through to the "in person interview". This was a little bit of a mess. Both the women that interviewed me saw my resume for the first time I walked in. They interviewed me separately. They read through my resume looking for question while I was answering prior ones at the same stage. They sometimes forgot the questions they asked me, and asked me the same questions in the same interview. I was told they will let me know if I get the job a week from the interview. 6 weeks later I called to ask if there is any update, they said they are having a meeting the following week to discuss. Since then I never heard back from them.
- The difference between micro and macro economic (retarded). The hardest paper I ever written. How do I manage my time. a weakness about myself. Give an example of a time I worked in a group when things did not workout. Was I ever a leader of a group. What did I do when a group were on the wrong track, what did I do to improve it. What is hard working in a group. Why do I study finance. How and why did I hear and want to work for Amerisource. 1 Answer
- No Offer
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 days – interviewed at AmerisourceBergen.
first round interview on the phone. afterwards they say they will call within 3 weeks for another phone interview as a final round. still waiting for a call. they ask a few regular behavioral questions, followed by a question like "would you be able to relocate." very quick 10 minute phone interview.
- what unmotivates you? 1 Answer
Helpful (10)No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 weeks – interviewed at AmerisourceBergen.
I applied online and I would like to say the process is over, but they still have not given a final determination. After I applied online, I received an email for an interview with HR. This was painless we reviewed my resume and she evaluated me for the level of position I was applying for. She told me in the interview I was to be advanced to next level. A week later I received an email telling me that a Sr. Manager would like to speak with me the next morning. [Okay, I was very interested in the position, but really if someone is a professional in the field do they really call at the end of the day and expect a candidate to take a call the next morning?] That aside I quickly rearranged my AM schedule at work and took the call. This meeting delved more into what I could offer the company, why I was applying and why I wanted to leave my current employer. At the end of the call she said she would like to move me to a panel interview. Two weeks later, I finally received an invite for a 2 part panel interview. They wanted to have the panel interview the next day! I declined, as I was out of town on business. We set the interview for the day I came back. This was to be a 4 person panel interview, but only 2 were available. I went to the interview, more of the same questions -- how would you handle people, how do you handle stress. I was then moved on to interview with the Hiring Manager. This interview was short with the topic of are you a fit for us. She said I was more than qualified and asked if the team size and responsibilities were to my liking. I said yes, She said they would get back to me on the next day, Tuesday, with their decision. On Wednesday, I got an email stating that the HR person was not able to attend the 4 person panel interview and would like to interview me. I was asked to pick times that I was available that week. I gave times for Wed, Th and Fri. All of my available times were declined; we settled on Tuesday of the next week. We met and I answered more of the same questions. Are you a fit, how would you handle a difficult team member. I asked when I would hear back and HR said by the end of the week. Well three weeks later still no response. I have emailed the recruiter. She apologized for not getting back with me and set up a meet date for feedback. That day and time came and went. I understand I do not have the job, but after 5 interviews and me rearranging my schedule they should at least send a 'dear thanks but no thanks letter.' Very disappointing. Be warned that if you apply your time and effort will not be respected.
- Mostly situational questions. They wanted to know how a manager would handle dealing with the staff. Typical questions. 1 Answer
Helpful (4)No Offer
I was contacted the day after I applied online via phone. We scheduled a date and time for my phone screen with a Sr. Recruiter. The day and time came and went. I followed up with the Recruitment Coordinator and she said she would follow up with the Sr. Recruiter. I never heard back. I thought it was very unprofessional and showed they do not care about their candidates.
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at AmerisourceBergen (Naperville, IL) in February 2014.
The interview was set up relatively quickly. Location was easy to find and hiring manager was on time and prepared.
- There really was nothing that was difficult or unexpected, did not ask as many behavioral questions as in other interviews. Answer Question
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