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Data & Analytics Manager Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Norwalk, CT
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at GE Capital in March 2012.

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I applied via their website for a position in Norwalk, CT. I eventually received a call from a recruiter for a phone screening, which went very well. About a week later she contacted me to schedule an in-person interview during which I was to meet the head of the department, the hiring manager, another manager, and an HR rep. The interviews all went pretty well. I seemed to be a good match for what they were looking for, or at least what I thought they were looking for. The interview took about 3.5 hours and I left their office shortly after 4pm.

The very next morning I received a voicemail from a recruiter (not the one I originally spoke with) to let me know that the position was now going to be located in Chicago and I should contact them if that was an option for me. I have to admit I was a bit shocked, a little perplexed, and very frustrated by this news. Obviously, I respect the business’ decision to have the position based wherever it chooses. But do you mean to tell me that after I left their office at 4pm, this location change was discussed, decided upon, signed off on, and communicated to HR…all by the very next morning? Moving the location of this position had to be in progress before I ever stepped foot in their offices, making the half day I spent there a complete waste of time.

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