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Cost Accountant
San Jose, CA

I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Stryker in December 2011.

Interview Details – This is a very easy interview. they are just trying to get to know you better before they move on. were very friendly to me and made it a good experience

Interview Question – what are your flaws   Answer Question


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Cost Accountant Interview

Cost Accountant
Lewisville, TX

I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Stryker in February 2010.

Interview Details – since they try to get people with the same "leadership" attitude through this Gallup psichological profiling method, what you get instead is a bunch of dominant, manipulative and insulting people trying to step over each other's decisions and judgement. It's like a side effect of the Gallup. People also work extremely hard and some barely have a life because of the unrealistic goals their bosses set forth...and for the extremely poor pay that they get, it's totally not worth it! My friend asked me if I wanted him to get the resume to Stryker and I said: "don't even DARE to give it to them!" And YES, the interview questions are idiotic...ridiculous. A friend of mine, after being interviewed, joked around asking: "Is this a professional interview or a Cosmopolitan Magazine Quiz"? This friend of mine was absolutely brilliant and got rejected

Interview Question – What is the difference between teamwork and a results-oriented team   View Answer

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