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No Offer – Interviewed in New Brunswick, NJ Nov 2011 – Reviewed Jan 22, 2012
Interview Details – Applied through my business school's career management website. There were two interviewers from J&J that came to the school for the on-campus interview, we only interview one person for 45 minutes. He was very nice, asked to run through my resume, why J&J, why procurement, asked a behavioral question on a situation I was in in which one of my group members did not work well in the group and how I handled it.
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Skillman, NJ Oct 2009 – Reviewed Oct 11, 2010
Interview Details – My initial contact with the company was during a national Diversity Conference. I had 3 rounds of interview that were all 1:1. The interview really varied depending on the person. However, it was primarily behavioral questions which all started as "Tell me about a time in which....". There were a few case-like questions that required thinking through and talking through a strategy. The first two interviews were conducted at the conference and the final interview was conducted on site. 2 out of 3 interview were with Director-level employees.
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation for salary.
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