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Senior Producer Interview (Positive Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 months - interviewed at WebMD Health in April 2010.
Interview Details – Phone interview
Came in and met with 5 mid to sr. level people
Came in a final time and met with two members of senior leadership
The process took longer than I would have liked (nearly 3 months), but overall, a good and fair experience.
Negotiation Details – A fair offer out of the gate - no need to negotiate anything except for confirmation that already planned trips were approved for vacation time
Senior Producer Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at WebMD Health in February 2008.
Interview Details – Interview process:
I was contacted by a recruiter who set up the initial phone screen interview a manager.
The manager asked me a series of questions about my work experience. Passing that phase I was invited in for a half day long session of interviews. I was passed throughout the office meeting 1:1 with 2 different peers, 3 other group managers. The line of questioning was informal, basically asking general questions about my experience.
People, office and work culture:
The main work area was an open collaboration cubicle environment. Only top management had offices. There didn’t appear to be any cultural diversity in the upper level professional/management positions. I respectfully sent thank you letters to all. But overall, I got the feeling that people were not overly excited about their jobs, seemed to be very busy and they were stressed out. They didn’t follow-up with a yea or nay regarding the status of my interview either, not cool after spending so much time of my day interviewing there.
Interview Question – The basic...tell me about a time when you got push back from a stakeholder i.e. stakeholder wanted something that you were not able to do and how did you stand your ground or negotiate a resolution? Answer Question
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