I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Xerox Litigation Services.
Interview Details – Rather informal, and there's currently a lot of red tape when hiring people, so it takes a while to actually go through the review procedure, get hired, and start working. I had a phone interview, followed by an on-site interview, and had an offer the day after the on-site interview. It took about a month from receiving my offer to start working due to the slow hiring process. Phone interview was probably about half an hour, and the on-site interview about an hour. On-site interview had two managers, one technical and one business. Phone interview was with the technical manager.
Interview Question – Nothing too crazy, a few personal 'tell me about yourself' type questions, and a few lightly technical questions like "what is a tiff?" that are appropriate for the industry. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There wasn't much negotiation as I wasn't in a very good position at the time to negotiate. However, in the interview I was asked what sort of salary I'm looking for and I mentioned my previous salary; the business manager mentioned cost of living is higher, so I upped the number, but received an offer for the first number, with possibility for a raise after 3 months. Salary freezes took effect before I was given the raise. I've had one raise in going on 6 years...I wish I could have negotiated more, so I advise to take the time to do so. XLS has their hand pretty tight around the purse strings in terms of competitive compensation, but they're increasingly desperate for good people, so you should be able to leverage that.
Pros: I enjoy working in an environment where my contributions are valued. I feel empowered to learn new things and to take on interesting projects. It also feels good to be surrounded by super-intelligent and accomplished people who are passionate… – Full Review
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