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No Offer – Interviewed in Birmingham, MI Dec 2011 – Reviewed Dec 4, 2012
Interview Details – Had 4 different interviews with this company, first was a phone interview, second was an in person interview including some timed tests with basic math questions and such, 3rd interview was job shadowing and an interview with a regional manager, 4th interview was with the president of the company. All interviews were fairly simple and seemed to go really well with positive feedback from all along the way. Before my final interview I was given information regarding benefits, time off, pay etc...and then after my final 15 minute interview with the president, I was not offered the job. The final interview seemed more like a meet and greet with the president of the company, I was asked very few questions, and she just talked about the company and that was it. Not sure what went wrong, but seemed like a month of wasted time.
Interview Question – Just a few random situational questions, but most questions were pretty general interview questions Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Denver, CO Jul 2012 – Reviewed Sep 28, 2012
Interview Details – Very drawn out, from the first interview to the final interview it was almost three months. First I had a phone interview with the HR manager. About two weeks later I interviewed with processors, then two weeks later met with the rest of the processors. A month after that I met with the president of the company. I received a letter in the mail two weeks later advising that I did not receive the position.
Interview Question – The questions were fact based wanting to know about your previous experience. Very basic questions. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Charlotte, NC Jun 2009 – Reviewed Jun 5, 2009
Interview Details – I went to 3 interviews so far. The first one was over the phone with a recruiter from the headquarter. The last two were from the local office.
Interview Question – why should we hire you Answer Question
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