The process took 5 days - interviewed at Alaska Airlines in June 2012.
Interview Details – 1:1 questioning was straightforward and targeted to the profession. First interview was by phone with an outside agency retained by Alaska. First question, "have you used tobacco products in last 6 months?" Strange first question that had me thinking in a different way about AA than I had walking into the interview. I get the focus on health, but "HI Mr. X, do you smoke" was a strange start. Nothing about the company, the process, how great it is to work here, the job etc...
Interview Question – Nothing unexpected other than "do you use tobaccos products" Answer Question
The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Alaska Airlines in February 2010.
Interview Details –
I was contacted for a phone interview in response to an online application. Met with hiring manager and the person one level up. Very thoughtful people and great interview questions. The usual questions, plus some that had clearly taken thought to come up with. Later was invited back to interview with some folks with whom the role would interact. People seemed very earnest, committed, and friendly.
The disappointing part of the process was that, after three rounds of interviews, they never followed up with me. Ever.
Interview Question – How would you like to grow in your next role? Answer Question
-The "Alaska Spirit" and friendly work environment
-Ancillary training and career development programs
-Performance-Based Incentives – Full Review
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