I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Verified Credentials, Inc. in March 2011.
Interview Details – Lots of behavioral questions - have lots of examples ready (situation, what you did, outcome).
Be wary of this company. I had 2 phone interviews: 1 hr with HR and 1 HR with hiring manager a few days later. Phone interviews went well and they asked me to come in for a face-to-face and even checked my references before the face to face.
I was an out of town candidate. I offered to drive in for the interview (4-5 hr drive). I had 3 hours of interviews scheduled with senior management and the IT team.
After 15 minutes of some question and answer with the hiring manager, he said it wasn't going to be a good fit and ended the interview. His determination was correct, it wasn't going to be a good fit. I had lots of experience managing and leading developers and projects, but he was looking for someone who could also be a hard core developer - this was not mentioned in 2 hours of phone interviews and was not in the posted job description.
This should have been obvious to him and HR from my resume, the 2 hours of phone interviews and the checking of my professional references.
But they missed it and it was never a concern of mine since it was never a indicated to be something that was required. I drove 5 hours there and 5 hours back - complete waste of time.
To top it off, they refused to cover my travel expenses.
Fortunately, I had 2 offers, two weeks later and found a good job.
Think twice about pursuing anything with Verified Credentials - I would stay away.
Office environment also had a bad vibe - LOTS of empty cubes.
Interview Question – Nothing stood out in particular. The quantity of behavioral style questions (scenario, action outcome) was very high (8 or 9 of these types of questions from each interviewer). Answer Question
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Verified Credentials, Inc. in September 2009.
Interview Details – Interview seemed to go well but they emailed me when I wasn't chosen which was nice because often companies will just leave you in limbo.
Interview Question – How would you handle an under performing employee? Answer Question
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