Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Helpful (2)Declined OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Unisys (Reston, VA).
if you want to be hired by Unisys you really need to work hard at it. The application process is difficult to navigate. The interview process is ridiculous. Multiple day interviews with managers that are not part of the position that you re interviewing for
- Why would you want to join a company that has declining revenues quarter after quarter. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
It was very clear there is a lack of leadership and accountability among the management team. Unisys Federal has a reputation of hiring executive mgmt that have no place to go. Career path is non existant. Sr leadership has no experience in DoD or Intelligence Community market place. Questionable as to how the Federal business is going to sustain with the lack of leadership.
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Unisys (Reston, VA).
Hiring was easy and went through a typical interview with two people. That same evening I was offered the position and accepted the offer.
- None. I received typical questions regarding the job. Answer Question
They presented the offer and I accepted.
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Unisys (Reston, VA) in September 2012.
Initial contact was with Sr. Subcontracts Manager and Chief Procurement Officer. The interview was not difficult. We exchanged information regarding the contracts and subcontracts industry. Both the manager and the CPO explained the PM II position and really was trying to sell me on coming aboard. We discussed salary.
- Immediately heard back from recruiter in Blue Bell that interview went well and they wanted to move forward with the background and OFFER process. I filled out the forms. I waited a week and contacted the recruiter regarding the status of the background and position. I was told my background wasn't completed and that the hiring manager was still interviewing and would make a selection the next week. I know that a background check only takes 3-7 days. Today, I received this e mail: "We have extended 2 job offers that have been accepted for the Procurement Manager II roles. The Reston hiring team enjoyed meeting with you and appreciate your skills, knowledge, and abilities. Your resume will remain on file for future opportunities there." I find their recruiting practices to be deceptive. Most companies have you fill out the background forms if they are going to make an offer, this was not the case with me. Word to the wise, don't waste your time filling out the forms unless you are sure you are going to be offered the position. Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 5 days – interviewed at Unisys (Reston, VA) in November 2011.
Had three in-person interviews, mostly because I had lots of questions. Boss was extremely accommodating and most of the people I met with were very intelligent and polite. One was a jerk, but she was also very new and probably trying to prove herself. Have been nothing but impressed with the caliber of employees here. Very pleased with the company.
- How many words are in a good sentence? This was asked by an absolute idiot who was rude. This is also incorrect and she insisted this was correct, despite having never been a writer professionally in her life (her admission). Oh well, just remember the answer I guess. 6 Answers
Helpful (1)Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Unisys (Reston, VA) in September 2009.
The company initially had a recruiter contact me. I had a series of interviews including a phone interview initially, then I met with representatives from the company on-site and finally had a final interview with the individual whom I would have worked for.
Reasons for Declining
The offer letter, when it was provided, did not cover the components we discussed earlier. When I asked about the differences, I was told the offer stands as it is. Thus, I was compelled to decline.
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