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Recruiter Interview

San Diego, CA

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Medical Human Resources in March 2010.

Interview Details – The phone interview processs was done over a week long period, I interviewed with five people, 3 recruiters (objective opions) and 2 managers. During the interview process the company provides detailed information on the company e.g. longevity, collective experience level, company culture, and company vision., The company also does a complete background investigation, done by It's legal dept.

My advice to other candidates is to come to the interview table prepared with solid work experience, and be prepared to substantiate your work experience

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Negotiation Details – I was able to negotiate, a very lucrative compensation plan.

Accepted Offer

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Corporate Legal Counsel Interview

Corporate Legal Counsel

I applied in-person and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Medical Human Resources in June 2008.

Interview Details – rket. had five interviews with this company1 (one) via the phone and 4 (four) in-person interviews. My perception of the management team were outstanding, The culture was "work hard play hard" Questions asked:

 • Legal work experience (in detail)
• Legal Conflict resolution and problem solving/Litigation experience (in detail)
• Relationships with peers and superiors (in detail)
• Personal successes and failures (in detail)
• Professional successes and failures (in detail)
• Ability to manage changing environment (in detail)
• Extracurricular activities: volunteer work, hobbies, and other personal and professional//academic accomplishments

My advice to potential candidates is to do your homework on the company, research the products and services they offer to the global healthcare market. Be truthful, forthright, and most of all be on top of you're game!

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