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No Offer – Interviewed in Raleigh, NC Sep 2012 – Reviewed Nov 5, 2012
Interview Details – Applied online and received a phone call a month later, came in that week for an in person interview, atmosphere was very corporate and stiff, was interviewed by two AEs and the vice president. Interview lasted approximately 30 minutes and then was emailed a writing test to complete in two hours. Basic AP style knowledge, little creativity required. After I submitted the writing test I never heard back, despite following up. Extremely disappointed considering FH's reputation for professionalism. Perhaps its just the office I interviewed with but I was very unimpressed.
Interview Question – How do you work in teams? Why public relations? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Saint Louis, MO Jun 2008 – Reviewed Nov 1, 2010
Interview Details – Very thorough process that included several meetings. This gave them the chance to get to know me and me the chance to get to know the organization.
Interview Question – Describe the kinds of programs you have managed on behalf of clients? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No issues with negotiating the terms
No Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2009 – Reviewed Apr 28, 2009
Interview Details – Interviewed for a position with FH. Interview wasn't too bad. Normal questions of "What is your dream job?", "Describe yourself", "what kind of worker are you?". All in all it was a positive experience. There was not a lot of pressure and the interviewer created a relaxed atmosphere.
No Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2012 – Reviewed Apr 5, 2012
Interview Details – I was very disappointed in the interview process of Fleishman Hillard. It took over 2 months, I interviewed with 10 different people, wrote a PR plan and a pitch and the HR person checked my references. It was so long and tedious, speaking with person after person. I jumped through all of their hoops and after all was said and done, it turns out there was never an open position - even though they assured me there was one over and over, we even spoke about the title and salary at length. I was told they'd keep my resume on file for future opportunities via voicemail. It was just odd and a waste of everyone's time. Very unprofessional.
Interview Question – Tell me about yourself. Answer Question
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