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I applied online and the process took 5+ weeks - interviewed at GE in January 2010.

Interview Details – Phone interview: Long process with multiple interviewers over the phone.

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  • Coming from a Consultant role, how do you feel about working with the OEM now?   View Answer
  • How much do you gauge yourself in terms of risk appetite?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – Pleasant but could have been better.

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The process took 2 months - interviewed at GE in December 2009.

Interview Details – applied on company website. first got a phone call from HR, not an interview, just ask for scheduling an on-site interview with the HM. (may not be a majority case for out of state candidate, as she provided an alternative which is a phone interview).
the first interview was in meriden, in the HM's office, 45 minute, with the HM and his team leader. some basic question about past projects and education background, course taken, and software skills.
then scheduled 2nd interview with the whole team and one VP in norwalk site. it run whole day, and i have to drive between two locations in ct.
wut i want to say is, the HR is amazingly out of touch, and did almost nothing except scheduling 2 interviews.
2 month after the last interview, all of a sudden i got a call from the HM asking if i'm still available, but he didn't leave a call back number so i contacted the HR asking for it. then the HR said she didn't even know the HM was trying to reach out to me.......omg

the offer now is still in discussion...i won't see any light in front though

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