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I worked at Production Resource GroupPros
Rotated through each dept, felt like I was able to contribute, had mentors in each dept, interns had a diversity of interestsCons
high stress and under pressure when many show deadlines came at the same time.RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Production Resource Group in November 2014.Interview Details
Applied online. Approximately a month later someone from HR emailed me requesting a phone interview. The phone interview was scheduled for the next day with the HR person and lasted about 15 minutes.
I was then contacted again for an in person interview. I met with two people. The HR supervisor was supposed to be there as well but they couldn't find her so we continued without her. The interview was very relaxed and I had a good feeling during it.
Within two days I was called for a final interview to be held with the GM of that location. I was told it had to happen that day as he was leaving town. I scrambled, since I was still employed elsewhere to get to the interview. I was also told that it was down to me and one other candidate.
When I arrived. There was one other person waiting in the lobby. It wasn't hard to guess that this was the other candidate. Seemed to be poor planning to have us both there at the exact same time. An hour and a half after my set interview time I was called in.
The one-on one went very well and the GM stated he wanted to offer me the position he just needed to check if he could bring me in right away or wait until the new year. (It was Dec.) This seemed a bit off to me as I had been told that the person who had previously been in the position had moved to a different division so there should have been salary budgeted already but I let it go.
I was informed that I would be contacted in the next week as to how we would proceed and when my start date would be. This was important as I needed to give notice to my current employer.
The next week came and went with no word. The following Monday I emailed HR to ask about the progress. There was no response. The next week I called and got voice mail. Still no response. I kept trying to be positive. The holidays were close, they were busy etc. Five days passed and I emailed the GM directly. Once again, no response of any sort.
I still don't know what happened but I can only conclude they changed their mind or the budget for the position wasn't there but it was extraordinarily unprofessional to not have any response whatsoever to email or calls when I had been told I was receiving an offer.Interview Questions
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