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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Norcross, GA Sep 2012 – Reviewed Mar 5, 2013
Interview Details – Met with several members of management and sr. leadership, including VPs and a member of the executive team. Questions centered primarily on previous experience and how that would translate to the position at hand. Several questions focused on how to rally team members around a common cause and how to bridge the gap across various functions, which I've learned to be important since joining as the company culture can be combative and, at times, difficult to navigate.
Interview Question – Was unexpectedly asked a case-type question in the last round of interviews, which really centered around how I would approach a real problem that the company had previously faced. The question revolved around how to evaluate the effect of policy changes, such as credit qualification criteria, billing terms, etc. on risk. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Negotiated primarily through a headhunter as well as directly with HR and with the VP to whom I would be reporting. Negotiation is possible, within reason, but if you hope to have success, it's best to have other options in your back pocket as leverage.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Norcross, GA Jul 2011 – Reviewed Apr 7, 2012
Interview Details – The interview was mostly informal. Initial perception of the people was that everyone seemed friendly and professional, except the recruiter; she was not very professional or polished at all. If I relied on my interaction with her, I would not have accepted the position. The interview started on time and the receptionists were polite and friendly both times I visited the office. The manager that interview me was professional but hard to read at first. The second interview was a bit of weird. It consisted of a meeting with me and a human resources person that asked me a few irrelevant questions - things that I had already answered during the phone and prior in-person interview.
Negotiation Details – Negotiate...LOL, good luck here. You'll get what they offer you. There was really no room for negotiation and I almost declined the offer. In fact, if the base salary was not competitive to the going market rate I would have declined. In retrospect, i was misled about total compensation. I was advised that the company had an annual incentive program (bonus) being implemented but I have yet to see it. I was also led to believe they offer annual merit reviews - this too was untrue.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Norcross, GA Feb 2010 – Reviewed Mar 26, 2012
Interview Details – Short process, not much of a in depth process to verify qualifications. The interviewer was on her cell phone during the interview which led me to believe she really didn't pay much attention. I was not asked if I had any questions after the interview, I was just told what was expected of me and pretty much hired.
Negotiation Details – There was no negoiating, and the only other advice I could give is do not take the job you will regret it.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2011 – Reviewed Feb 18, 2012
Interview Details – Awesome interview, ran into past employee in the hall, she hugged me and told the hiring manager to hire me. Interview over.
Negotiation Details – Yes, did well, would advise other people take the job. These are good people. I would be back in a heartbeat if I ever moved back to atlanta
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2008 – Reviewed May 27, 2009
Interview Details – I apllied through an agency after someone i know who works for the company advised me they were looking to employ people as i was desperate for a job at the time. I forwarded my cv to the agency and did a ridiculously easy test before being sent for an interview. I had been preped by my friend in the company so i knew what to answer and got offered a position. They didnt check my references as my best friend was my old boss and my main reference.
Interview Question – None as i knew the question beforehand Answer Question
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