Interviewed at Measurement Incorporated
Interview Details – Very easy. Responded to web posting, went in for an interview. Called in for 2nd interview and offered the job.
Interview Question – Describe a situation with a difficult coworker and how you handled it. Answer Question
I applied online - interviewed at Measurement Incorporated in March 2013.
Interview Details – Simple and straightforward
More advance notice of hiring would have been desirable
References were checked quickly
adequate notice of forms, paperwork to be completed
All procedures, work rules and working environment were explained thoroughly during the interview and reinforced in writing
Interviewer was encouraging and respectful
There could have been a little more time allowed to familiarize oneself with the payroll company website
Thorough explanation of parking restrictions
Interview Question – Nothing unexpected Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Measurement Incorporated in December 2012.
Interview Details – Very professional and thought out questions. One on one interviewer and had at least an hour plus discussing full range of topics: work conditions, hours, corporate goals and and ambience of working there. Lot of questions about my background and experiences and how they would contribute to the companies goals.
Interview Question – It sounded odd at the moment, but where do I want to be in 15 years regarding the company and my own personal needs. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They presented and I took it. Seemed like a place that I wanted to hang my hat for the next 15 years.
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Measurement Incorporated.
Interview Details – Applied through campus recruiting, then received a call a few weeks later asking me to come in for an interview. Had a 30 min 1:1 interview with basic behavioral questions and resume review. Then, I was asked to spend 30 min writing an essay about why I wanted to work at MI.
Interview Question – Writing the essay Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Didn't try. Could possibly get a higher hourly, except the rate is pretty standard for their temporary workers.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Measurement Incorporated in May 2011.
Interview Details – I received an email within 24 hours after submitting my resume offering me an interview. I went for the interview 48 hours later and was told it would take approximately 90 minutes. I met with the manager and 2 other team members where we had a fairly standard interview.
At the end of the interview, the manager took out a laptop and presented me with a list of "reports" for which I should write a SQL query. In addition, I was told to look at their website and develop a set of test cases. No paper/pencil or template was given -- I wound up doing it in MS Excel. I was given just 20 minutes to do this. Rather unnerving with no indication that it was coming.
I would have been nice if they had warned me that there would be some sort of a "skills" test because if you aren't expecting it, you are not in the proper "technical mindset" to write SQL queries off the top of your head. You are shifting gears from your "soft skills" to having to start thinking like an engineer again...
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Measurement Incorporated in March 2009.
Interview Details – The group manager interviews the potential employee, then a panel of employees administer a skills assessment. The interview took less than an hour. The skills assessment was easy - they are mostly making sure you know the basics.
Interview Question – They did not ask any questions about myself or my background. I did all of the talking. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – The negotiating was arranged through the recruiter. Make sure your salary requirements are known to the recruiter and/or Measurement up front and get it in writing.
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