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No Offer – Interviewed in Columbus, OH – Reviewed May 2, 2013
Interview Details – Lengthy Interview. Be prepared to spend the whole day. Scenario based questions. Tell me about a time.... Seemed like they weren't interested in someone who could think outside the box, but rather just do the job as described. Will need to be a motivated team player. Received a response that was not selected within less than a day. Disappointing because it seemed like a positive interview.
Interview Question – Nothing was super difficult or unexpected. View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Columbus, OH – Reviewed Jan 9, 2013
Interview Details – I found the position through a friend and applied online. I was contacted by HR Recruiter and had a brief phone interview and asked to do an online test (logic, some math). This was followed by a more in depth phone interview and conversation about the position. The onsite interview consisted of three interviews with two senior leaders per interview. They focus mostly on how you work through a situation, how you reflected on the experience, and how you used your experience going forward. They look for leaders who focus on people and long term trends over black and white situations. Overall very pleasant.
Interview Question – Nothing unexpected, although they push to see if you learned from your experiences. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation. They offered me a salary based on my degree and previous job. No sign on bonus incentives.
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