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No Offer – Interviewed in Austin, TX Jul 2010 – Reviewed Aug 17, 2010
Interview Details – This was AWFUL! The interviewer was a JERK! I thought we had a really great interview. I interviewed on a Wednesday and he said to call that Friday to discuss the next step in the interview process. I called, emailed, called the following week, emailed and NOTHING! I believe that is EXTREMELY unprofessional and looks very bad for the company.
Interview Question – Give 5 words to describe yourself. View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in San Francisco, CA Dec 2009 – Reviewed May 31, 2010
Interview Details – Phone interview, inperson with the DBO, interview with the team, and then a final interview with with DBO and others.
Negotiation Details – Money motiviation
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Framingham, MA Dec 2009 – Reviewed Apr 12, 2010
Interview Details – You do a 1 on 1 meeting with the DBO. If he likes you then you are asked back for a half day where you need to spend time with each person in the office. Once you leave for the half day, the DBO will ask the office what they thought of you and if even one person has any hesitation then you are not offered the job. The key is to ask a lot of smart questions. They will ask you about obstacles and phone phobia...play out each obstacle as just a temporary learning experience and that using the phones is no big deal for you.
Negotiation Details – nothing.
No Offer – Interviewed in Houston, TX Dec 2008 – Reviewed Mar 15, 2010
Interview Details – f there is enough common ground, then the phone interviews are almost always followed-up by an in-person interview. Phone interviews are generally conducted in two steps. The first step is with a recruiter in Human Resources. The second step is a technical interview, usually with one of the people you would be working with. Technical phone interviews are usually only conducted for people living outside the geographical region. This is done because the company wants to have some level of confidence in your technical abilities before they decided to spend the money to fly you in for an in-person interview.
Interview Question – Why should we hire you? Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Indianapolis, IN Oct 2009 – Reviewed Oct 27, 2009
Interview Details – I got an interview through the career services office in my university. I was interviewed by a woman and a man, both had about 6 years of experience with TEKsystems. The interview was pretty informal; I didn't feel intimidated by the interviewers. They asked me what I knew about the job I was applying for and why I would be a good candidate for the job. They also were interested in my job and classroom experiences.
No Offer – Interviewed in Montreal, QC (Canada) Mar 2013 – Reviewed Apr 1, 2013
Interview Details – interviewed by email first. Second stage was by phone
Interview Question – All questions were pretty simple Answer Question
No Offer – Reviewed Jan 9, 2013
Interview Details –
The first interview was very easy and stress free. I felt that it was more of a personality evaluation vs. an interview that required multiple hours of studying the company. It was pretty point blank; they like you or they don't.
After the initial interview I was invited back for a "job shadowing" where I hopped around from employee to employee to experience a usual day of business. During the day of shadowing you meet with a board (mine consisted of two higher up managers) who reinterview you. The questions were BASIC. They were actually a little boring. It seemed as though they don't interview candidates very often and downloaded questions off of the internet. :/
My advice is give exciting answers. They made it clear that they interviewed numerous (80+) candidates for this position, so give responses that make you stand out!
Also, ask bold and new questions.
Interview Question – Tell us one experience that has drastically changed your life Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Richmond, BC (Canada) Apr 2011 – Reviewed Oct 11, 2012
Interview Details – Got a call from a recruiter asking some basic questions. Followed by a call from the office manager in a day. Had an interview but didn't qualify for the third one.
Interview Question – All questions were pretty normal easy questions. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2012 – Reviewed Feb 5, 2012
Interview Details –
The first step is a phone interview. It's basic sales questions.
The second step is an interview with the DBO (branch manager) and an account manager. This was actually pretty tough. They want lots of answers and don't want your typical bs interview question answers. Definitely a challenging interview.
The third step is a half day at the branch. This includes you meeting several recruiters and account managers. It also includes a 2:1 interview and a lunch.
The final step is an interview dinner with the manager. If you've made it this far, it's yours to lose. They want you if you can prove you're not an idiot and can eat dinner with people.
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
No Offer – Interviewed in Apr 2011 – Reviewed May 9, 2011
Interview Details –
Had a phone interview that lasted for about 20 minutes. They asked me general questions such as walk me through your resume, tell me about your goals. what other kinds of jobs are you applying to etc; It seemed like they were looking for someone who had a sales bent and I was told on the spot whether or not I was moving onto the next round.
I think this interview was an initial screening to determine "fit" to the position and company.
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