Holiday Retirement Resident Co-Manager Team Interview Questions

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Resident Co-Manager Team Interview

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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ weekinterviewed at Holiday Retirement in December 2012.

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Contacted initially through a third party recruiter which was prompt, courteous, and professional. Follow up from the corporate office happened quickly, flights and car were booked within 2 days of initial phone interview. Things really took a turn when we arrived for the actual interview. The associate we were scheduled with didn't work at the company and another person filled in when approached about it after we waited for nearly 2 hours and basically interviewed us out of obligation. Strange overall, interviewer seemed burdened, detached, and complacent. It does seem strange the company would spend $1700 to fly a couple to an on-site interview with a person who no longer works there only to be handed off to someone who clearly could not have given a more cursory interview and obviously just got through it in order to end the work day in the middle of the afternoon. A real waste of time and energy. There was absolutely nothing accomplished that couldn't have been over the phone or on Skype. This company appears to disjointed, unorganized and the recruiters we met are limited, incompetent and seemingly lazy. We are still communicating with the third party recruiter, but we wouldn't consider an offer after this unprofessional and poorly handled on-site interview.

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  • "What has been your discussion regarding living arrangements" Mostly just deterring statements, no difficult questions. It wouldn't matter, our recruiter was practically daydreaming and showed zero sense of urgency and forced attention from the start.   Answer Question
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