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Getting an Interview
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- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Mastech (Columbia, MD) in June 2015.
This process was very poor,the interviewer was to busy doing other things,he keep his mind on other things during the interview, he was not organized,The interviewer jump from random subject to random subject. He wasn't even expecting me and I drove 65 miles+ for the meeting.He change to location for the area of work from what was advertised in the ad
- how would you handle a customer if she answer the door in bra and panties and told you too come in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What would you do if you where with another tech and there was a 100$ on the table and the other tech stole it!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Mastech (Silver Spring, MD) in May 2015.
Received a call from a guy from other side of the planet with some Skype Number, went through every project on Resume, till then it was nice, once we started discussing about Relocation, he started asking my family kids, how many cars, etc..I was little uncomfortable, but answered patiently, Later he started asking how I got my Immigration, then I declined to answer and I declined the Job offer and said not interested to work with them. Then interview went south :) But he didn't stopped, continued with silly questions, till I quit. Maintain professionalism, concentrate questions on whether applicant can do the Job. Ask more on technical stuff, NOT what my grand ma's middle name is.
- How did you get your immigration status 1 Answer
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Mastech (Columbia, SC) in April 2015.
First there was an extensive online assessment quiz, then there was a phone interview, then a 1 on 1 in person. The online quiz was mostly of the nature of what would you do in a particular scenario. Most of the answers seemed to be somewhat appropriate responses to the situation. I'm not sure exactly what they were testing - how well you work together as a team or how self reliant you are. I chose to go with "Can work with little to no direct supervision" type answers. A lot of the questions were about whether I thought I could handle the working conditions (tall ladders and on roofs attics and crawl spaces in extreme temperatures).
- Can you handle working in tight spaces such as attics and crawl spaces under extreme temperature conditions? 1 Answer
Helpful (1)No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Mastech in March 2015.
The oddest and most negative experience I have ever had. Recruiter had a very “Stalinist” approach. I felt I was being interrogated by a KGB agent. The only elements missing was the subzero windowless room & the interrogation lamp. Recruiter was unprepared, disorganized, Rude, Aggressive with a relentless "In Your Face" demeanor (i.e. demonstrated confrontational behavior the entire time). Lacked professional courtesy and showed no cross culture communications skills what so ever. Incapable of processing any response that required more than minimal effort. Operated on a rudimentary "Red Peg, Red Hole" mentality. My take-away & impression from this experience was that working at this company would equate to a boiler room/sweat shop environment that operates on a lowest bidder mentality at the cost of it's front line employees. Nothing good could have come of it; the entire process was a waste of time. Will avoid applying to any opening listed by them. I like to believe that this incident was the exception to the case but my instinct tells me it’s the norm and that recruiter was simply following company protocols. IMHO I suspect that management abides to a strictly profit driven mentality with a high employee burnout rate. Advice to Management: Take this review seriously & as unbiased critique. Suggest conducting internal review/assessment on how this recruiter treats/screen YOUR applicants...
- Items that where readily listed on your CV if he had actually done his job. Answer Question
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Mastech (Columbia, SC) in March 2015.
Brief phone interview then in person interview at MasTech office. The phone interview was mainly asking things like can you lift a heavy tool belt and climb a 40 ft. ladder? The in person interview was similar but more in-depth. The interviewer told me to keep an eye on my email (presumably for an offer from HR?) and the email from the recruiter said they would notify me of a decision within 24 hours after the interview but I never got anything from them. A few days later I called the recruiter and she said they are hiring another candidate.
- Are you okay with working in closed spaces such as attics in extreme temperature conditions? 1 Answer
- No Offer
I applied through college or university – interviewed at Mastech.
Behavioral type questions and I was interviewed by 2 people
- Behavioral type questions Answer Question
- Accepted Offer
I applied online. The process took 3+ weeks – interviewed at Mastech.
My Interview process was totally based out of client's interview. I was selected into their payroll as soon I cleared an interview at client position. At Mastech I really did not had any interview. I did had an orientation at Mastech that is just an overview of their process and is a one way communication of their process and not an interactive one I should say.
It was a matching of another offer that I got locally. There was back and forth of two days of communication and approval, but was smooth overall.
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Mastech (Fort Worth, TX).
asked about construction experience, and when i could start.
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Mastech (Irving, TX) in November 2013.
Well organized and efficient
- What would your choice of design pattern be for a mobile wallet system Answer Question
No room for base salary negotiation, but relocation bonus was negotiated
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