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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Rosemont, IL Jun 2011 – Reviewed Mar 10, 2013
Interview Details – 2 rounds of interviews. First interview was with the direct manager, who spent the entire hour ranting and complaining about his school tuition, gas prices and how expensive life is in Chicago. Second Interview was with the CFO, very Formal, asked me basic Acct, and behavioral questions.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Rosemont, IL May 2011 – Reviewed Feb 9, 2012
Interview Details – I interviewed with nine people, and it was pretty easy for me as I was prepared. However, the questions are mostly behavioral and the interviewers are also very approachable. My suggestion to you is to find more behavorial questions and use the STAR technique and you should be fine. Best of luck!
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I don't really remember, but it was something like:
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Negotiation Details – No, it was an internship
No Offer – Interviewed in Saint Rose, LA Jun 2011 – Reviewed Aug 5, 2011
Interview Details – The HR Director called me to come in for an interview in response to my online application. He interviewed me for 45 minutes, then his HR Manager talked to me. Both people were cordial and professional. I was called back for a second interview. Same two people interviewed me as a group interview this time. The interview itself was typical. However, the job was between me and another candidate. Director promised me he would communicate with me either way if I got the job or not. His deadline came and went and I heard nothing. Frankly, I was not disappointed that i did not get the position.
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