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    Coordinator Interview

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    I applied online. The process took 7 weeksinterviewed at Hyland in June 2015.


    Applied online 5/4/2015. Received an email 10 days later to schedule a phone screen. The call was with the department manager, lasted about 30 minutes and was pretty basic. Was invited to interview in person a little over a week later. I first met with a recruiter for another 30 minute interview. Again, very basic questions (some questions were even a repeat of what I was asked over the phone). Then I met with 2 managers in the department for an hour interview. Questions were more detailed but again were all behavior based.

    The process was long, but I have no real complaints. Communication could be improved. At certain points in the process I felt as though I was being ignored or given purposely vague information.

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    • Behavior based questions (Describe a time when you had to make a difficult decision. What is your approach to communication on the job? What was the worst decision you ever made?).

      Hyland seems like a nice place to work, but in all 3 interviews I was asked if I was "familiar with Hyland's culture" or if I had heard about Hyland's culture. Made me feel a little odd. I understand fit is important, but I haven't heard about or witnessed anything that would lead me to believe that Hyland isn't like any other corporation. Maybe for the Cleveland area they are a little more "glamorous", but their culture isn't THAT progressive to my knowledge. Still just a bunch of offices and cubicles stuffed in a big building...with 2 slides.
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Top Workplaces Cleveland, The Plain Dealer, 2013
Top Workplaces in the US, Workplace Dynamics, 2013
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Website www.onbase.com
Headquarters Westlake, OH
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1991
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors IBM, EMC, OpenText

Hyland, creator of OnBase is one of the largest independent enterprise content management (ECM) vendors. Our product, OnBase, is an award-winning software solution that solves problems resulting from time consuming, costly and error-plagued manual, paper-based tasks. OnBase is a suite of document, process and case management solutions that help organizations streamline processes and become more efficient.

OnBase is used by more than 12,600 organizations globally. With all this growth, we’re looking to hire employees who are passionate about technology and solving... More

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