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Accepted Offer – Reviewed Aug 19, 2012
Interview Details –
Initial communication consisted of a phone call from site HR but not until almost a year had gone by. I had forgotten I applied for the position! Phone call was just to find out if i was still interested.
Lenght of interview, or lack there of, was the surprising thing. My interview was on-site and consisted of two groups of two. The hiring manager and another "interested" supervisor and then the department manager along with an HR rep. The interview process took about 2.5 hours.
The interview is an off the shelf product where the questions are divided up between the interviewers where you get the same question 2 or 3 times just worded in a differently
Interview Question – nothing out of the ordinary just got tired of hearing the same question over and over. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Little room for negotiation, was able to get a little more but quickly learned that if the Dept Manager hadnt been a penny pincher I would have done better. I blame myself just as much the Dept Manager.
No Offer – Interviewed in Oct 2010 – Reviewed Jun 25, 2011
Interview Details – The recruiting team came to my school career fair and I was scheduled for 1:1 questions. The questions were simple. They are like your strength, your weakness, consider yourself in a situation where you are accused wrongly, how did you handle the matter, your professor gave your a grade you feel you deserve more than that, how do you handle the situation
Interview Question – no unexpected question Answer Question
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