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No Offer – Interviewed in Waterloo, IA – Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Interview Details – Had a phone interview followed by a STAR type interview. First interview was done by the plant quality manager. The next round of the interview was a STAR type and was conducted by a group of 3. Since I was out of location , a teleconferencing was set up – Full Interview
Teleconferencing interview, so I was not comfortable for that. Also I missed about asking questions to them as I got panicked. – Answer Question