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No Offer – Reviewed Apr 29, 2013
Interview Details – I was left waiting for 20 minutes after which two people came in with no paper or pen and asked questions that were not relevant to the position I applied to. While I was waiting, i overheard the manager talking to someone on the phone and letting them know they got the job I came to interview for.
Interview Question – What did I like the most about my cashier job I held while I was in school Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Mar 5, 2013
Interview Details – 2 rounds of interview - Phone and in person - typical behavioural questions
Interview Question – What is your greatest weakness Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Aug 5, 2012
Interview Details – Scheduled interview on campus, came in to see me, two people, did a power point presentation to start, then went through interview, pretty standard, relaxed guys, offered my job about a week later. Accepted, no negotiation. Had a fun time, did some small talk, really nice guys, both were former grads
Interview Question –
What did you not like best about your previous employment
What do you think would be the hardest/most difficult part of the job
Most of the questions were pretty standard, honestly I don't remember if these questions were for that interview Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None - i took the offer as it was
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Toronto, ON (Canada) Feb 2010 – Reviewed Feb 10, 2011
Interview Details – Interview was relaxing. The interviewer didn't try to throw millions of technical questions. He just wanted to talk about my previous experience and what types of projects I was involved in. After a brief discussion about myself, he explained the description of the role and how it fits to the organization.
Interview Question – Talk about your previous work experience Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2010 – Reviewed Dec 25, 2010
Interview Details – Very informal process, one interviewer seemed bored so I was surprised at the offer. No real soft skills questions. Phone interview was much better than face to face, but overall one of the easier interviews I've done.
Negotiation Details – Yes, they raised my salary significantly, otherwise I would have declined. Original offer was actually insulting, set off alarm bells regarding administration of the group.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Toronto, ON (Canada) Aug 2010 – Reviewed Aug 29, 2010
Interview Details – easy
Interview Question – What was your best leadership experience Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiations
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Toronto, ON (Canada) Sep 2009 – Reviewed May 7, 2010
Interview Details – Went over resume. Discussed what kinds of tasks would be required of me. Very informal process. Questions about my qualifications but no behavioral questions.
Interview Question – Why should we hire you? Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2009 – Reviewed Jul 14, 2009
Interview Details – applied on-line and was called about 2 weeks later. The interview was conducted with three people and a standard set of approx 10-15 questions. The standard questions of why do you want to work here, give an example of a project that didn't go well and what did you do, give an example of someone you had a conflict with and what did you do, give an example of project management and communication. What would your colleagues say is your strength and what would they say you could improve on. People were young and looking for the right personality fit.
Interview Question – What would you like to avoid in regards to your job? Answer Question
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