I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at North Coast Medical in January 2013.
Interview Details –
Went through a phone interview, then offered an on-site interview with the HR director and hiring manager. They emailed me some information to read about the company, and directions to complete a typing test online. I was excited for the on-site interview because the phone interview with HR went nicely.
Got to onsite interview and was greeted by a nice receptionist at the front desk. When I went in for the interview, it was just me, the HR director I spoke with on the phone, and hiring manager. After the first few questions, I was pretty disappointed with how the interview was going. They were so obviously uninterested, making little eye contact, no enthusiasm when asking questions, and did not pay much attention to my responses. HR director would ask me questions and frequently stare elsewhere and seemed very cold, and just uninterested in what I was saying. Hiring manager barely said much and just sort of sat there to listen in. Both were just not very welcoming and showed bad interview etiquette, which was enough to turn me off completely. As they discussed how much they valued customer service, I just couldn't find it believable, as they seemed completely bored explaining their own company to me.
Did not get the job. But if I had, I wouldn't have accepted anyways.
Interview Question – Standard interview questions. Why this company? Past experiences and how it relates. Knowledge about their company. Excel skills are a plus. Answer Question
Pros: Everyone who works there pulls together to make things happen. There are multi-talented people who work throughout North Coast. Employees are trained on their day to day duties by a senior member of the team. Cross training to maximize an… – Full Review
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