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No Offer – Interviewed in Wayzata, MN Jun 2007 – Reviewed May 6, 2009
Interview Details – Sent in my resume. Did not hear back, so I resent it along with a letter reiterating my interest. HR called shortly after. Had phone interview and then was called in for a 1:1 interview with the sales manager that I would report to. Was very unimpressed by the corp. environment and culture. Not very professional. Manager was a bit rude to staff in front of me. This turned me off to the opportunity so I just went through the motions for the rest of the interview knowing that I no longer wanted the job.
Interview Question – Why are you interested in this job? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2008 – Reviewed Jun 26, 2012
Interview Details – After an HR screening, there were two interviews over two weeks - one with the Division President (direct supervisor), and one with the Region Controller. Both went well, and I was offered the job.
Negotiation Details – Doesn't hurt to ask for more during salary negotiation.
No Offer – Interviewed in Sep 2011 – Reviewed Oct 20, 2011
Interview Details – manager was knowledgable, wel listener to what I describe my work experience
Interview Question – tell me about yourself Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2010 – Reviewed Oct 10, 2011
Interview Details – I was contacted by the company recruiter about my resume I had submitted online. I had to wait about two weeks before i could get in to speak with the manager. I was asked why I would be a better candidate VS someone with 10 years of experience (at the the time I had 5 years of experience). He asked what I knew about the company. I would suggest that you educate yourself about the company and be prepared for questions regarding what the company stands for.
Interview Question – Why should I hire you VS someone with 10 years of experience? Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Apr 2011 – Reviewed May 23, 2011
Interview Details –
The hiring manager contacted me and gave me a short phone interview resulting in an onsite interview later on in the week.
The face to face interview was done by two employees, they were friendly and made the interview process simple and enjoyable. They asked the typical interview questions, and questions about prior employees. At the end of the interview, you were asked to complete a small take-off on one of their projects and the final decision was made after reviewing all the submitals.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2010 – Reviewed Aug 5, 2010
Interview Details – it was a great experience. the people I interviewed with were engaged and truly cared about making sure I was a good fit for the position.
Interview Question – Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you had more work to do then you could complete in an eight hour day? View Answer
No Offer – Interviewed in Sep 2009 – Reviewed Jan 31, 2010
Interview Details –
I relocated from California to Portalnd Oregon six months ago. Unemployment rate is Portland is hovering around 12%.
I called a temporary agency upon my arrival and was advised to e-mail my resume.
No further response was forthcoming. I have since e-mailed my resume to numerous companies and have not had one resulting interview. What I have received is a gazillion e-mails wanting to sell me "education" as an insurance broker, stock broker, financial analyst, dental hygienist and also something about aluminum siding.
Interview Question – What occupation are you applying for? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Aug 2009 – Reviewed Jan 5, 2010
Interview Details – I had 2 interviews, one with direct supervisor and one with division president. Both went well and I was offered the job.
Interview Question – What are your weaknesses. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Negotiation was fair. I was able to negotiate higher salary.
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