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- Culture & Values
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I worked at Huntingdon Life Sciences full-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
When in the right department this company offers an amazing learning experience and collaborative environment.
My feelings about the company were very negative until I was mentored and taught about the political minefield that is upper management.
Advice to Management
Address past issues that have occurred among your selves and move on with life. Allow pettiness to infect the otherwise positive culture is detrimental.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Huntingdon Life Sciences (Huntingdon, England (UK)).
I applied on line for a more more junior recruitment role. I was contacted directly by one of their recruiters and during the course of this initial telephone interview it was clear that my skillset / aspirations were better suited to a Recruitment Manager role that was available. I was invited for a f2f interview which was a standard competency based interview and then I was was given an unexpected scenario based case study to answer asking how I would approach my first few months in the role. I was given 1/2 an hour to prepare an answer which I felt was probably not enough time given what they asked me to do. It was a good interview but they decided not to progress things further.
- Was given an unexpected scenario based case study to answer asking how I would approach my first few months in the role. Answer Question
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Helping hunt down methods to keep the world's food, crops, and medicines safe is Huntingdon Life Sciences, a subsidiary of Life Sciences Research. The contract research organization (CRO) tests the safety of agrochemicals for crop protection, food additives and flavorings, industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and veterinary products. Founded in 1952, Huntingdon Life Sciences also provides in vitro (tests not performed in living organisms) and in vivo (Latin for "within the living") drug development services for pharmaceutical firms including clinical drug testing...