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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Fort Myers, FL Jul 2014 – Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Interview Details – My interview with Gartner followed the format others have already outlined, so I won't bore you with the details - the process involved several telephone interviews with HR reps, people in the role, and hiring managers, followed by an in-person panel interview with the VP over the department, the… – Full Interview
No single question stood out as particularly difficult or unexpected; the process itself was the difficult part. Otherwise, the interviewers seemed more interested in *how* I answered questions than… – Answer Question