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I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at AthletiCo in September 2013.
Interview Details – The interview process was multi tiered. First you will have a phone interview from HR. If you meet the requirements and locations that they are looking for then you will schedule an interview with the regional managers, HR, and possibly the owner of the company. They will then arrange tours of the possible clinics that you could work in and meet with each facility manager. If your qualifications meet the company the regional manager will call you back and possibly schedule another meeting in person for coffee etc. Usually at this point they will offer you a job.
Interview Question – One interesting question that was asked was how would you deal with a combative patient. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They said that they offer 60,000 to all new grads with full benefits. They make it seem like it is non negotiable but it is. I have had other co-workers negotiate if they had another offer that was higher from another competiting company.
I applied through other source - interviewed at AthletiCo in October 2012.
Interview Details – They ask limited questions. If you want to get hired, make sure you want to Iowa, Northwestern, or Washington University. The hiring is based more on who you know and where you went to school than your ability to perform.
Interview Question – Can you work in a fast paced environment? Answer Question
Pros: Allows continuing education courses. Good PTO plans. The people in the corporate office are nice and friendly. The culture was once great and "family like", however, now it is "Conscious Leadership" and completely changed it to a cult like vibe… – Full Review
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