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    Good employer/problem with layoffs

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Orchard Park, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Orchard Park, NY

    I worked at Azerty full-time (more than 10 years)


    Family feel, lots of free food events, good location in OP, very friendly atmosphere, beautiful office, especially in the back -- cafeteria has an outdoor patio that abuts some woods: sightings of deer, squirrels, and birds are common and relaxing during breaks.


    Cutbacks -- United Stationers is laying off a lot of employees, including longstanding employees who have worked at Azerty for decades. Azerty is OK if you're an entry-level employee who wants to stay at that level. If you want a promotion, there aren't many opportunities for that at this location.

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    There's more to success than the bottom line. Consider employee morale, too. Layoffs are stressful for the remaining staff who have more to do as a result -- also, everyone is watching his or back and waiting for the ax to fall.

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    Market Development- HP Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Orchard Park, NY
    Anonymous Employee in Orchard Park, NY
    Application Details

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took a dayinterviewed at Azerty in March 2009.

    Interview Details

    I was referred to this company by a former employee of theirs. I had previous interactions with this company – with my previous employer. The phone interview was with their HR recruiter. The recruiter asked questions mostly from my resume- which I had submitted previously- electronically. The interview lasted 30-40 minutes. For the most part, she went through my previous job experiences and I elaborated on what responsibilities I had and also explained the challenges I had and how I overcame them. The recruiter was very upbeat and responsive. I felt at total ease when speaking to her. After the phone interview, which I felt positive about, I sent a thank you email. About two weeks later I received a declination email- stating that they were not going ahead with position at this time, but they would keep me in mind if my qualifications fit any of their future openings. Whether they filled the position or not- I am not sure, but the only thing I would have done differently – if I had it to do over- would be to discuss my previous experience in very specific terms relating to the job itself. In other words, directly connect the dots with how I would approach the job they were looking to fill. Although I feel I did a great job in discussing my strengths and past experience- the recruiter never really asked additional questions on how I would actually “attack” the job. I had all of the job requirements in front of me during the phone interview- which I got from their website- this was very helpful.

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Headquarters Orchard Park, NY
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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