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    Global Account Executive Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Parsippany, NJ
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    I applied online. The process took a weekinterviewed at InterCall (Parsippany, NJ) in September 2014.


    I had an initial phone screen with an HR person scheduled, and she never called. I call her and leave a vm. She emails later that she got pulled into a meeting (Can't shoot an email? - takes 10 seconds - disrespectful). Then we had the scree the next day. Standard initial call. Followed up by phone interview with hiring manager, which was quick and painless. Followed by an in person interview. Standard interview questions about my background, why I'm a good fit, etc. He then asked me to sell him something in his office, so I did flawlessly and he told me I did better than most candidates for this position (as I should have being that I'm highly overqualified for this position). We then joked around and talked for a few minutes, so needless to say I leave knowing I nailed it. Thank you email sent, and then no word for a week so I email him. No response. So I email the HR girl, who to this point was very friendly and professional. She emails back that they're going another direction. Still no response from hiring manager, so I kindly and respectfully sent him another email inquiring as to why I was passed over, as I thought the interview went great. Not even the courtesy of a quick email back. Disrespectful people at this company. Don't bother.

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Additional Info

Headquarters Chicago, IL
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1991
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

It's a small world after InterCall. The company provides audio, video, and Web conferencing using proprietary technology, as well as products from Microsoft and WebEx Communications. InterCall's systems also enable conferencing via mobile devices such as Research In Motion's BlackBerry. The company offers customers conferencing equipment procurement services for products from Polycom and TANDBERG among others. Its event services consultants help customers with such tasks as conference calls, interactive training, and product launches. InterCall markets to ... More

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