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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Atlanta, GA Jul 2012 – Reviewed Aug 24, 2012
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I submitted my resume 3 months before I was actually hired. The initial process was slow as they dug up all kinds of information on me, im sure. Once the phone interrviews started going things began to pick up a little faster. There were at least 3 phone interviews before arranging a face-to-face interview.
The face-to-face was much anticipated because I had seen a lot of videos about the work culture so i was excited to finally get into the HQ. The interview took place in a posh dark room with leather sofas and modern designs. I probably interviewed with 5-6 people on this day and most of the questions were based on culture it seemed. Culture is very important to this company so they want to make sure that you will mesh well with the others here. I came on a Friday so I was able to witness the happy hour in real time. I met the dogs, the people, and saw how happy everybody was. I knew that if the salary was good, this was a place that I could work for many years to come.
Interview Question – What is your career goal? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I chose not to negotiate but I would recommend others to do so, there are things not mentioned in the offering that will subtract from your pay.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Tucker, GA Jan 2012 – Reviewed Mar 7, 2012
Interview Details – The process began with a phone interview. Right off the bat, I felt comfortable with the charismatic interviewer. I was invited to come in for an in-person meeting the following day. I was first given a tour of the office, which is amazing and fun (extremely idiosyncratic of the company's culture), and I immediately felt at home. Next, I met with several of the Human Resources team and an executive (individually) where was It felt more like a conversation than a question-answer drilling session. Overall, it was one of the best interview experiences I've had to date!
Negotiation Details – I was able to negotiate and accepted an offer that was right where I desired to be.
No Offer – Interviewed in Atlanta, GA Jan 2010 – Reviewed Feb 16, 2010
Interview Details – Very quirky company, you put in a lot of hours and have crazy hours because you work with China. They don't have a lot of structure and they talked about the language barrier with China yet the position didn't ask for Mandarin. I don't know about the rest of the areas but there were definitely a lot of "interesting" personalities that I encountered. Just read their company website, including company blog and that's basically them. It feels like a company that would be based out of silicon valley, not tucker, ga.
Interview Question – they asked a lot of questions to determine fit, like favorite tv shows. View Answer
No Offer – Interviewed in Tucker, GA Nov 2009 – Reviewed Jan 23, 2010
Interview Details – The phone interview started off great. I was asked the typical interview questions about background and responsibilities. Everything went great and I was sure I was going to get called in for an on site interview....until the interviewer asked about compensation. After doing much research in the area I was applying for, I mentioned my salary expectations. I was told the job paid $35k and we were required to be "on-call" 24/7 and we had to be in the office from 8-5 M-F cause it would be such a fun place to work. I am sure it's a great place to work but when asked to be on call for every minute of every day I should be able to telecommute atleast a day a week. The interview asked me to think about the salary and if I was still interested to call back. Needless to say, I was not interested in making $25-30k less.
Interview Question – Describe the circumstances surrounding a difficult customer, how you dealt with the customer and the outcome, good or bad. Answer Question
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