Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Epsilon (Cincinnati, OH).
Recruiter with the company called pretty fast and setup a technical screening. Technical screening was fairly straightforward, but setup in a way that if you missed a question on a topic, they moved on to the next topic. This is fairly traditional, but the interviewer would audibly sigh when you wouldn't state all the possible answers or you don't know a topic. You have my resume, why would you sigh when you ask me about something I don't have experience with? There were also several topics which were not in the job posting, which I also did not have on my resume. Overall, one of the more unprofessional interviews I've been involved with.
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If you have a heart beat your hired! They put little effort into the hiring process which is probably because they don't want you see through the smokey mirror.
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I stalled on accepting the offer so they up the offer.
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I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Epsilon (Wakefield, MA) in March 2010.
the interview was the most disorganized one that I have ever experienced. I was scheduled to meet with about 8 people. The vice-president forgot about the interview. He showed up 30 min late. At this point I was talking to HR. He poked his head into the office , acknolwedged that he was late. I never saw him again. Another person I was scheduled to meet with never showed. I was left sitting in the interview room alone for 30 min. The last person scheduled told me that I could leave if no one else showed up. Of course, no one showed & I let myself out. the interview consisted entirely of technical questions & drawing code on a white board. They did not try to talk much about the opportunity or company. I asked questions & received short answers. People were not very friendly. They gave a very poor first impression.