Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Weber Shandwick.
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I was contacted through LinkedIn by a recruiter from Chicago about a position in Seattle. The recruiter did an initial interview about my experience as it related to the new clients Weber Shandwick had won. It was a straight forward interview and the recruiter asked for my availability to interview in person.
I was scheduled to meet with three staff members in separate meetings during the in-person interview process. One didn't show up and one had only been with the firm for a few weeks. It was very quiet while doing laps around the office and most staff had headphones on.
The team member who had only been there for a few weeks told me the thing that was most surprising about the office was how many internal meetings there were.
I did not follow up about the position.
Interview Question – How will I know when you're stressed? Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at Weber Shandwick in April 2011.
Interview Details –
HR set up several 1:1 interviews with people who led the accounts that the position would be supporting. The questions were pretty standard - tell me about yourself, what kind of work do you like, what is your ideal work environment - but I got the impression pretty quickly that my experience wasn't a great fit for this opening, and so did the woman I was speaking with.
What was irritating about this process was that despite emailing the HR person a few days later to check on the status of my application and the opening, she never responded. Not even a "Thanks, but no thanks." She actually called me a few months later to discuss another opening, and didn't even mention the prior interview.
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