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Accepted Offer – Reviewed May 28, 2013
Interview Details – They found my resume on Monster.com and had several interview stages. First was an online technical skills test for Microsoft Office. Next came an interview at GAPSI headquarters for more about my knowledge and skills. Finally there was an interview at the contract site with the team to make certain I was a good fit for the position.
Interview Question – As an inexperienced interviewee, I was unprepared for a question about my expected salary. Surprisingly, GAPSI gave me a good deal more than the minimum that I specified, despite it being in the normal range. I was grateful for that, and I likely stayed with the company longer than I would have otherwise. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Reston, VA Jan 2011 – Reviewed Jan 23, 2011
Interview Details – I first interviewed with a recruiter who referred me to the Director and the final interview was with two people I presumed were my potential co-workers. The first two interviews were great but the final one didn't feel great at all, I was asked questions that were common knowledge at the Senior level and to me it was more of a "will you fit into my family" type of interview and that was my deciding point that this was not the company for me, in conjunction with the fact I never received any updates it was as if the interview never happened and feedback is very important because If I took the time to show up, at the very least it should dignify a response.
Interview Question – There were no difficult questions just ridiculous questions during the third interview. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2012 – Reviewed Mar 11, 2012
Interview Details – Overall, the whole process felt odd. I had a telephone interview with a recruiter and then a 1:1 interview soon after. I was told there might be another interview; however, I was offered the position the next day. As concerns popped up regarding the position, resulting from my phone interview or 1:1 interview, the recruiter typically answered them well, but something still felt strange and it was the most unusual process I have ever experienced.
Interview Question – We had a general discussion about my resume and background on the phone, but that was really it. The 1:1 interview consisted of a discussion about the organization. I wasn't asked any substantive questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There didn't seem to be any way to negotiate, based on the contract.
Pros: GAPSI gives each contract a satisfying degree of independence. It trusts its workers to do a good job. Additionally, GAPSI does not overburden its employees, allowing self-motivated workers to improve their skills and people just doing their job to… – Full Review `
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