I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Softsol in May 2009.
Interview Details – Hard to understand interviewer due to thick accent.
Interview was with a project manager and a company executive. Simple questions, basically stating what the position was and asked about my experience. Talked about rate of pay. Very simple and straight forward. interview took place at one of those temporary office rental places.
Interview Question – Have you ever done project work before? View Answer
Negotiation Details – They stated that the rate of pay would be $17/hour, but when I received the contract it stated that the rate of pay was $34,000/year. Since there was no vacation time paid, the work hours in the year would be 2080, not 2000 as they were assuming. I requested that the pay be raised to $35,360 to meet the $17/hr rate they offered. They raised the annual to $35,000.
When negoiating the rate of pay, make certain that they are on the same page as you regarding number of hour to annual salary. Also make sure that you read the contract fully. There is a lot of langauge in the contract that they put in there that is not applicable to the state in which you reside.
I applied through other source and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Softsol in April 2011.
Interview Details – telephone screening for 45 Mins and then 1 to 1
Interview Question – core java deep core concepts Answer Question
Negotiation Details – yes
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