I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Coca-Cola Refreshments.
Interview Details – Found job through Orion international (military recruiting firm). Initial round was at a conference, interviewed with HR Recruiter and Plant Manager. interview was behavioral based. Walked away with a feeling on not doing well, but feedback from recruiters was positive.
Next interview was on site with Plant manager present but not participating, hiring manager and 2 others led the interview. More behavior based questions.
Interview Question – Nothing unusual, "tell me about a time when yo had to deal with ____" Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Called by HR Recruiter, asked for more money, came back with slight increase, accepted offer.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Coca-Cola Refreshments in August 2011.
Interview Details – They stick to the STAR question format except the PM. I was interviewed by the people who would have been my direct reports (somewhat awkward) and another panel of peer managers. Finished up with a lunch interview with PM.
The PM and I had absolutely no chemistry; our leadership styles are exact opposites. I knew from our fairly short conversation over lunch that we would not gel. Up until that point, the interviews went very well.
The next day I spoke with the national staffing manager and he asked if we could have an 'open and honest' discussion about the opportunity and the plant. I was perhaps a little too honest with him; I have not heard from the organization again after leaving email and VM to discuss other openings. There is your friendly watch out.
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Coca-Cola Refreshments in March 2010.
Interview Details – Standard phone screen interview then a panel interview. Very typicall questions focused on a number situations,i.e what did you do or how did you handle a particular problem or issue.
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