I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Hologic in March 2012.
Interview Details –
First step was 30-minute in-person interview. This stage was a 'cattle call", with several people scheduled in 30-minute blocks.
Received a call-back after 2-3 weeks for in-person interview. Met with hiring manager, peers (2), director, and HR. Was told decision would be made within 1 week.
Two weeks later HR called to set up a phone interview with hiring manager and peer to ask additional questions. At time of meeting one of the persons was unavailable. Hiring manager asked a few additional questions. Set up another phone interview for the following week. Hiring manager was unable to make this meeting. HR stepped in, cancelled the phone interview and sent an offer letter.
Offer was low for someone with an advanced degree and several years of experience. I counter-offered, and was told the hiring manager would call.The peer who had interviewed me previously was now the hiring manager (I assume he was promoted). He called, said the offer was non-negotiable, that the job did not require an advanced degree (job posting stated explicitly that advanced degree was preferred).
Interview Question – Starting from scratch, how would you develop a process for reducing product costs Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Offer was low, process was extremely unorganized, professional courtesy was less than expected
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Hologic in May 2012.
Interview Details – phone interview with HR style questions. 2 on 1 interview with technical questions. anothoer 1 on 1 interview with a senior manager with more HR style questions.
Interview Question – Where do you see yourlself in 10 years. Answer Question
Pros: Good for Hologic investors and upper management – Full Review
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