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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at ForeSee in May 2015.
I was contacted by a company recruiter and was asked to apply for this position. I had a half hour interview with the recruiter, followed by a two hour interview with two different people (hour and a half with one person, and a half hour with the other person) by phone and video chat. Second round interviewers were interested as to how I found out about the company and why I was applying; they apparently had no idea that I had been contacted by the company first. I was asked by the first interviewer to analyze a small data table. The information that they seemed to want was incongruous with the questions that accompanied the data set. I gave a very conservative analysis of the data to ensure that I was not making unjustifiable claims. As much as I have thought about it, the answers they were seeking couldn't be justified based on the data that they presented to me. I left the interviews fairly confident that I was not going to get the job. I was told that I would hear back by 'close of business' that day; I heard that I didn't get the position a few days later. Given the recent developments at the company, I'm glad I didn't get an offer.
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ForeSee Results (doing business as ForeSee) concerns itself with how you did in the past as much as what you can do in the future. The company provides survey research services measuring customer satisfaction for corporate websites. The company employs the University of Michigan's American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) methodology. ForeSee's online surveys measure such elements as navigation, functionality, content quality, and overall satisfaction while saving feedback that may spur future site changes. Its wide range of clients has included Target, Procter ...