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National Account Manager Interview (Neutral Experience)
Interviewed at InterCall
Interview Details – Phone interview with HR recruiter. Then I had a phone interview with the (direct report) Manager. 3 months later I finally got a call back to have a face to face interview with Manager - in retrospect, I know understand it probably took that manager 3 months to get budget/expenses approved to travel down to do a face-to-face interview. I then had 2 face-to-face interviews within a couple of days, one with the Manager and one with both her and a senior rep.
Negotiation Details – ridiculous. They wouldn't budge from $69K to $70K. Be sure you nego what you want b/c the VP is "known" for NEVER giving a raise - period! It took 3 months to get the offer on paper after I had interviewed.
Leadership Interview (Neutral Experience)
Interviewed at InterCall
Interview Details – yGreat review and good chance prove your self questions andfrom all as aspect of the business..I e enjoyed meeting the peopl. I enjoyed meeting the people and e dynamic workforce.
Negotiation Details – basically i explained what i needed - the company felt that was fair
Direct Sales Account Executive Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at InterCall.
Interview Details – Phone interview, in person interview, offer. Pretty casual, no "gotcha" questions, hire mostly based on personality, also if they think you can learn and take direction. Meet with whichever sales managers are available at the time scheduled, pretty laid-back and informal. I didn't get the offer for a month, but one of the guys in my training class got an offer day-of for the in-person interview
Negotiation Details – It's 35, would you like it? (not flexible)
Inside Sales Representative Interview (Neutral Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and interviewed at InterCall.
Interview Details – First, you receive a phone call over the phone from an HR person. This is more informal and basically a screening session to make sure you remotely qualify for the position. Next, you will be asked to do an in-person interview at the office, where they will pass you through two or three different people who will ask you standard interview questions... Why are you a good fit for this position? What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? How have you handled a difficult situation at a previous job or at school, etc. All extremely basic and chances are the person that is interviewing you was in your shoes less than a few years ago, so it is a very young company and there is nothing to worry about.
Interview Question – Nothing out of the ordinary. They are mostly hiring for entry level positions, so they aren't trying to stump you. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – First round they claimed the $30,000 base salary was non-negotiable. I've since found out different, so you can probably pull a few thousand more. I wouldn't ask for a lot more than that because they like to keep their employees on an extremely low salary when starting. There's potential to move up, but to get a significant raise, you typically have to move.
Account Executive Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at InterCall in July 2013.
Interview Details – First is the phone interview with basic get-to-know you questions. Then you're called in for an in-office interview with managers. Basic behavioral questions. Then you get your offer.
Negotiation Details – Could not negotiate salary.
Event Specialist Interview (Neutral Experience)
Interviewed at InterCall
Interview Details – easy hiring process-typing, language, and speech testing. interview with a member of the management team and process competed with employee relations
Interview Question – no difficult or unexpected questions. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
Technical Project Manager Interview (Positive Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at InterCall.
Interview Details – Phone screen and then face to face interview with hiring manager and 1 other person
I have conducted a few interviews since I have started with my manager, honestly I think he is racist because all the black people who I thought did a good job didn't get the job
Interview Question – Easy questions, ask about your resume, don't say do we have to work more than 40 hours a week and I think your good Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Asked for at least a certain amount and they came in just a bit lower, I then rejected the offer and asked for more which they eventually came back with, but only a few thousand more. They are very cheap, start high, because they will low ball you.
Very Easy Interview
Programmer Analyst Interview (Neutral Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at InterCall.
Interview Details – I was contacted by the senior director of IT and then spoke about my background and skills. After another round of HR interview, I had a technical round for about 45 mins the next day. I was said, that the final decision will be made by the HR and will let me know in a week. Its been around 2 weeks now and did not hear any thing about the decision. The whole process was through phone and no personal round.
Interview Question – Interview seemed very positive. Not much of a tough questions. Answer Question
Account Coordinator Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at InterCall in June 2009.
Interview Details – Have to have a couple phone interviews, and spoke to a couple managers. process was very easy and fluid - good communication.
Interview Question – Asked me to sell a bic pen he took out of his desk Answer Question
Negotiation Details – a pain in the butt, they do not pay well so it was like pulling teeth. i am paid much less than I would be at a competitor.
Operator Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at InterCall.
Interview Details – For the entry level position of operator the interview process was fairly informal and to the point. There isn't much expected of potential employees in the regard of presentation and qualification. After applying in person I was called in a few days later to take a typing test, language test, and speech test, then a couple days later I was asked to complete a drug test. Nearly a week passed and I was then called in for a training simulation of simple production tasks and once completed I was offered the job.
Interview Question – N/A - Low Employement Requirements Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Entry Level Position / Non-Negotiable
"We're Offering $X/hour on X shift."