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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Seattle, WA Mar 2008 – Reviewed May 11, 2010
Interview Details –
I came in and interviewed with the HR lady and seemed to pass, as she called and asked me back for a second interview, this time with her and another employee. Since I had a job at the time, I could only go to an interview during lunch so she offered a lunch interview. It went very well and I was told that I would hear something by weeks end.
A week passed and I got hold of her, no decision yet. It went like so for the next 4 weeks.
Finally I was offered the position after 5 weeks.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work for us? You could get a job anywhere, so what brought you here? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They lowballed me with salary so I negotiated and got a better rate, but there was no need to worry, I got a HUGE raise about a year later for proving my abilities.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2007 – Reviewed Jul 9, 2009
Interview Details –
I applied to LCL via employee referral. It took almost three months to receive a response and to set up an interview. The interview itself lasted about 3 hours and consisted of 1-on-1 and group interviews with the General Manager and several Project Managers. The interview was very relaxed and easy. After the interview, I expected to hear back in about a week as to their decision. After a week and a half without a response, I contacted the Sr. Project Manager with whom I had interviewed and was told that they were working on making a decision. After another 2 weeks I received an offer and accepted.
Although the interview itself was very easy, the lack of action and perception of indifference and disorganization on the part of LCL was very dissatisfying.
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