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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Fujitsu Siemens Computers in February 2009.
Everything organized by executive search company. I was initially interview by top executive search company - 3 hours interview with classical element of personality check which really tends to be boring after you've been screened in a similar way before. The technical qualifications checks were specifically intensive and thorough and this part really only the true candidates could pass. After background check with 3 references (phone conversation and mail) I was invited for the second round to confirm my interest for a specific position and a less time consuming interview where they defined that I will be informed within a week whether I have passed into the final round - 1:1 interview with the Head of HR for SE Europe. I made it to the final round, even though I announced that I already have an alternative job offer. On the final interview (I was told that I was the only candidate they have chosen) I was basically offered the position but I declined as the position offered was rather undefined in terms of job description and bonus schema in comparison to initial description. Basic comment: inexperienced HR Manager - bad body language and gestures, after a few basic questions from my side, I was able to read - issues in office team work, correlation of activities and that they most likely are in process of reorganizing the office due to inefficiency - thus the position opened up.
Reasons for Declining
Better offer from a different company
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Fujitsu Technology Solutions' head may be in Tokyo, but its feet are firmly planted in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and even India. The subsidiary of electronics and technology services company Fujitsu Limited sells IT infrastructure products and services such as desktop and notebook PCs, as well as high-end servers and mainframes, storage devices, and peripherals. It also offers consulting and support services, financing, and software licensing. The company sells to both consumer and corporate customers. The company has partnerships with other technology vendors such...