I applied through college or university and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Rural Sourcing in May 2013.
Interview Details – Initially, i was contacted through an email. I sent out my resume and the HR personnel replied back asking me to initially interview over the phone. After successfully interviewing over the phone I was asked to come in to the office for a face to face interview. The office was very easy to find. the receptionist was very nice. I interviewed with two people, the HR director and the VP of Client Relations. The HR director was very pleasant and seemed to have a very nice demeanor. Throughout the interview,she keep great eye contact and smiled a lot. She began by explaining her role with the company and what would be expected if hired. Then she proceeded to ask me interview questions. After asking all the interview questions she shook my hand and informed me that another interviewer would be in shortly to interview me. So then the VP of Client Services came in and introduced herself. Her demeanor didn't seem as friendly as the first interviewer but she was still pleasant. She just had a no nonsense attitude. When the interview began she began by asking me questions.She asked completely different interview questions than the first interviewer. She kept eye contact and smiled occasionally. At the end she shook my hand and left the room. After that the first interviewer came back in and informed me she would let me know her decision within the week. The interview process lasted about an hour. I received a call back three days later and was offered the position.
Negotiation Details – No I was not able to negotiate, they had a set wage/salary they were willing to offer candidates. Everyone that enters the company as an intern starts off at the same wage. So it was a take it or leave it type of situation. however, once you become full-time there is more room for negotiation.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Rural Sourcing.
Interview Details –
Two phone interviews, and one in person.
Very knowledgeable staff with a bright personality and an apparent desire to find the perfect match.
Interview Question – Being interview by a large number of people was slightly overwhelming Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and interviewed at Rural Sourcing.
Interview Details – I got called in for an interview which lasted over 2 hours. All of the interviewers were nice and the technical questions were not difficult overall. There is a small code test, but the questions were very easy.
Interview Question – Be able to solve the Fizz Buzz programming problem Answer Question
The process took 2 days - interviewed at Rural Sourcing in October 2011.
Interview Details – First met HR at a job fair. Gave resume and got a call three weeks later from HR wanting to know if I still wanted a job. Said yes and later that week I got a call for a phone interview by a Sr Developer. Got an call in a week from HR again giving an offer, started two weeks later.
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation phase, it was "take it or leave it, we have other people on our list". Because the model is to hire low skill there are plenty of people who will take a position instead of working in retail or fast food.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Rural Sourcing in December 2011.
Interview Details – Very easy
Interview Question – Why did you decide to become a programmer? Answer Question
Pros: high profile clients, laid back atomosphere, good work experience, friendly coworkers and management, nice work area and sense of accomplishment – Full Review
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