Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and interviewed at Caremark Pharmacy Services.
Interview Details – Easy process: I was referred by a previous employee to the district manager, filled out the online application, and was hired based on the high recommendation I was given. I did not interview, rather was called with an offer after submitting my application. I was told by the manager on the call that I came highly recommended, but obviously the employee who referred me to the job was a trusted source to the district manager. Potential Employees now are always interviewed.
Interview Question – I was not officially interviewed. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was able to get $4/ hr more than average because I made my worth and commitment clear to the manager.
Interviewed at Caremark Pharmacy Services
Interview Details – Began working there through a temporary agency on a 2 week assignment. Moved to permanent as customer service representative,then transition to pharmacy technician. Did not need to interview for any position. I could say more but there isn't any more to say Truly a blessing from above
Negotiation Details – n/a
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Caremark Pharmacy Services in July 2008.
Interview Details – Contacted by HR representative for Initial phone interview which resulted in second phone interview with Sales Director from field sales office. Third interview was 1:1 interview with two Area Vice President's of Corporate Accounts from Scottsdale regional office. The HR representative was very professional and courteous with excellent follow up skills. The Sales Director provided a big picture of day to day job responsibilities, client list as well as job challenges and information regarding the field office and job location/surroundings. The Area Vice President's interview was the most surprising in regard to professionalism or lack of. I would never work for this company based on the AVP I met with (arrogant, misinformed and definitely inept at conducting an interview to find the best qualified candidate) which makes me wonder about the work culture here. Was impressed with the company up until meeting the AVP who didn't appear to be qualified to be in such a leadership role.
Interview Question – How many kids do you have? Answer Question
The process took 3 days - interviewed at Caremark Pharmacy Services in May 2009.
Interview Details – I applied for a different job, but was called by the HR employee to interview for another job. I ended up being offered one of the jobs I had applied for initially.
After a brief phone interview, I was invited to an interview with the HR employee and a supervisor. They confirmed this by email and had me fill out some preliminary paperwork.
At the interview, I met first with the HR employee, and then learned that the supervisor I was supposed to meet with was unavailable, but did interview with another supervisor.
The first interview was about basic work experiences and past examples of situations that I could apply to this job. Thankfully none of those "When did you stop beating your wife" questions that are so awful at interviews. The second interviewer wasn't prepared for me but was polite and informative and as nice as could be despite the surprise. All told, I was at the office for about an hour.
Later that day, I was contacted by phone by the HR employee and was offered the job I initially had applied for, and I accepted.
The office was new and very nice, and I was greeted cordially and treated with a great deal of hospitality. Everyone seemed very friendly and helpful, and it definitely gave the impression of being a great place to work without being too stuffy or strict.
Interview Question – Why did you apply for a position with this company? View Answer
I applied through other source and the process took a day - interviewed at Caremark Pharmacy Services in April 2008.
Interview Details – This was a courtesy interview.
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