I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at AccentCare in May 2012.
Interview Details – Interviewed first via telephone by a recruiter, then in person by the program director and another member of upper management
Negotiation Details – They offered one rate then tried to pay less- had to get my hire paperwork amended and had to fight to get the back pay I wa
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4 days - interviewed at AccentCare in October 2009.
Interview Details – Meet with Clinical Supervisor and Executive Director and then train with Regional Rehab Director
Interview Question – VEry easy...tell us about your experiences...etc... View Answer
Negotiation Details – none, this is what we offer...."thats fair"
I applied through a staffing agency and interviewed at AccentCare.
Interview Details – Process consisted of 3 interviews. I was recommended by 3rd party agency. 1st interview was over the phone with Manager. 2nd was f2f with same manager 3rd was with Chief Cultural Officer. I was then offered the job.
Interview Question – How do you differentiate yourself from others with similar experience and education? View Answer
Negotiation Details – they made an offer and I counter offered
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at AccentCare in May 2012.
Interview Details – The accuracy of others' remarks on this company were very clear from just a 15 minute phone interview. One positive thing was that the recruiter understood that it was difficult for me to talk during the day and gave me her cell phone number. We agreed that I would call her that evening. Upon calling her, her first question was which position did I apply for and what my job function was. She said she had left her laptop at work and didn't have the interview questions. So, she asked me a few 'tell me about yourself' kind of questions and then we agreed that she would call me the next day at 8 am. She called at 7:30 am and I missed the call. She then called at 8:05 and reached me.
Some of the interview questions that I thought were "red flags" were: "If you were hired, what would your expectations of us be?" I said, "Fair and respectful treatment, and a paycheck." Another question was, "Under what circumstances would you leave this job?" This led me to believe that they have an employee retention problem.
She had a way of saying that she liked certain of my answers, which is good...to give positive feedback during an interview. However, there was a complete lack of genuineness to her words and tone. It was very fake. It was clear that she was just going through the motions and did not believe in what she was doing.
She also lost points around discussing salary. She asked me what I make. I told her, which I do not always do. Then, I asked her what the hiring range was. She would not tell me. She wanted me to come for an interview, expected salary disclosure from me, but would not disclose anything related to the salary. I felt that there was a general pattern of her expecting information from me, but not being able to provide me with much valuable information myself. For example, she was not able to tell me roughly how much of the travel time would be in San Joaquin county vs other locations. Instead, she expected me to tell her what percentage would be acceptable to me. I told her that I didn't know, and that it sounded like she had an idea of what it was but was not sharing it. She was also not able to tell me basic information about how my day would be structured. I asked her to check with the hiring manager about the travel requirements and get back to me. If I weren't currently employed, I may not have tried to get this level of information before going for an interview. However, since I have a job, I only want to go on interviews where I really want the job, and this was not that kind!
I will add that in the past, I have also found company reviews on glassdoor to be very helpful and accurate.
Interview Question – Under what circumstances would you leave the company? View Answer
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at AccentCare in January 2012.
Interview Details – Recruiter made first contact and scheduled phone interview.
Had phone interview with the hiring manager who scheduled date & time to do a presentation.
Received email message from recruiter that they decided to go in a different direction.
Interview Question – What aspect of my previous job did I like best. View Answer
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at AccentCare in February 2010.
Interview Details – The interview was easy and low key. Since this was an aquisition, the interview was to find out my intentions to stay and answer any questions or concerns. Te interviewer was relaxed and open to dialog about concerns that where raised.
Interview Question – Tell me about yourself. Answer Question
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