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The process took 2 days - interviewed at University of Miami in October 2009.

Interview Details – In all honesty, there were "red flags" from the very start. The interviewing was non-traditional and the needs of the employer were not made clear and/or changed once I started. The actual hiring process took far too long--almost 5 months. They since have shortened that time period, but it is still lengthy. The COO has absolutely no people management skills, which is reflected in the attitudes of the employees--a very low morale. The COO regularly demeans employees efforts, undermines them and generally treats them not only unfairly, but very disrespectful. All of this only serves to bring the morale down even lower and creates an air of mistrust.

Interview Question – What are some past successes that show you have something to offer this industry and our company in particular?   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – Very challenging and lengthy. Be stern in what you think you are worth and stick to it.

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