I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at LRA Worldwide.
Interview Details – Applied online and received an email to schedule a telephone interview. Telephone interview consisted of one person asking basic screening questions. These included questions about the meeting the requirements and experience required for the position. I then had a skype interview with 2 hiring managers. This interview consisted of explaining my background and experience and explaining why I wanted to work for LRA. Make sure you research the company before hand as they will expect you to have a good understanding. Overall, this interviews were casual and asked basic questions you would expect. No behavioral questions. I found it to be a easy interview.
Interview Question – No unexpected questions. Hardest questions were the following: Why do you want to leave your current place of employment? How do you think your skills and experience will be relevant? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – My current position offered me a promotion
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at LRA Worldwide in October 2011.
Interview Details – On line application was accepted and then I received a call to schedule a telephone interview. I then was offered an in-person interview.
Interview Question – Talking about my ability to "work on my own" in the field Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at LRA Worldwide in May 2012.
Interview Details – phone screening
so... the first phone screening had to be rescheduled 3 times.
1st time: told the day before that something had come up. perfectly reasonable
2nd time: told the morning of that something had come up... ok...
3rd time: did not call at scheduled time. I did not have the company's # so I emailed and received a response that "sorry, phone call all day"
4th time: finally interview successfully. invited to come in person
so I'm near Philadelphia, and the day before the interview I'm told that my interview has been postponed. I'm from Pittsburgh and had taken a day off to drive out there.... I email to see when we can reschedule and I don't hear back. ONE MONTH LATER, I get an email about rescheduling. I happened to be going to Philadelphia the coming weekend anyway, so I schedule for the Monday after that weekend. Interviewer/potential future boss comes to the interview half an hour late.
I follow-up by email and am told I will hear about a decision "by next week". Haven't heard a word since
Most unprofessional interview I have ever dealt with. DO NOT BOTHER WITH THIS COMPANY
Interview Question – pretty straightforward Answer Question
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