I applied online and interviewed at PSAV.
Interview Details – Thought all interviews went well, and the HR director said he would let me know in a week if I got the position or not. The week when he was to let me know, I got no response. Even tried emailing him directly 3 times but still nothing. Also emailed the director to see what was going on, and like before nothing
Interview Question – No difficult questions. Very average. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at PSAV in February 2010.
Interview Details – I had an interview set up with a Swank Employment Manager through the Career Development department at my university. I made sure to be VERY organized and present myself as if I were already working in a 5-star hospitality environment. I had 3 packets ready consisting of my resume, cover letter, previous work experience, references, and letters of recommendation for my interviewers (there was only one interviewer but i wanted to be prepared. I had just bought a new black suit, shirt, shoes, and tie along with a short new haircut. Research about the company really impresses the interviewers! I was offered a part-time position in Atlanta halfway during the interview - I couldn't believe it! She offered to be my advisor and that my name was now "in the pipeline" for the next available job. She told me to call or email anytime. My interview was Feb. 25th and it is now April 26th. I have called 15 times and emailed 10 times with zero replies. I am disappointed. Swank looks like a great company to work for and the people were so friendly. I am still hoping that they contact me eventually.
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