I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at ARI Network Services in January 2013.
Interview Details – Very professionally treated, 3-person interview after phone interview with manager. Hired through UDig recruiter to place me. They initially considered a 6-month trial, but then simply hired me directly, instead after the interview process.
Interview Question – Database-related, some PL/SQL, Oracle. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at ARI Network Services in April 2011.
Interview Details – From phone screen to final interview was 5+ weeks for a Sales position...a mix of leaning older crowd but I did see some very young people ( one in particular made a bit of a scene about availablity of conference rooms) there as well. Process started out quickly and dragged out the last 2 weeks...where communication was not clea and timely on their end. They have corporate HR dept in Va. and a person in Milwaukee so it makes one wonder who's making the decisions..met w/ sales mgr...reps...local HR and national HR via phone screen..they seem to be hung up on honesty nd trustworthiness with anyone they bring in- sounded like they may have had some less than truthful / ethical people in the position in the past.. sales mgr was nice but for the generous start. pay (35k + comm) it sounds like the reps may be a bit babied too much.
Pros: Great atmosphere and great people. I am newer to the organization and immediately felt I was part of the team! The HR team is probably one of the best I have encountered in my career from their willingness to help, their vast knowledge and their… – Full Review
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