This was a relatively easy question but it was followed by difficult questions that required more than one minute to answer.
The correct answer would be the screw driver with the fatter handle
Yeah, there were a lot of easy questions that you can answer right away, giving you more time to deal with the more difficult ones. Part of what they are looking for would be how you manage your time when you have a deadline. If you didn't see that, then that could also be why you fail since you panicked once you realized it.
Did they bring you in for an operations position, then try to convert you for a sales rep selling door-to-door
I managed Green Bay for a little and we were never trained to bait and switch people around.
No. I interviewed on Friday the 11th though in the afternoon. It sounded good as far as managing the team and working with the recruiter, leadership team, and reps...But I'm just looking for something closer to home because of my kids. The overview of the operations manager base salary, bonuses, and benefits were attractive though. Best of luck!
This could be taken as a discriminatory question. Your distance away should have nothing to do with your qualifying for the position. If it was a commute you were unwilling to make, you wouldn't have applied in the first place.
You were not able to turn that no into a yes because you didn't want to deal with the situation. Did you really give it enough time to cool down and turn things up for the better? Or did you give up because you were starting to get a little bit irritated yourself? That's the better question in my opinion
I wanted to answer "obviously you woulnd't be missing out on anything because you picked the candidate you needed.
A job is a relationship between the employer and the employee same as any relationship. When you make the right choice you know it... When you make the wrong choice you never forget the one that got away.
I wasn't sure! How could I know I'd be interested in such a specific, technical industry? Luckily, I liked what I got into and enjoy working in this industry.
Thank you for the feedback and welcome aboard! Finding talented people who are eager to contribute to our ongoing success is a top priority for me personally, as it is for our VP's and Department heads. We want you to be yourself and feel comfortable during the interview process and I am glad to hear it was a positive experience for you. Continuant is a great place to work and we are committed to helping you in any way we can to help you grow and be successful for years to come. Again, welcome aboard and thanks for the feedback. Director of HR
I rated the interview as difficult, because it can be if you are not prepared. you must really study all these questions and practice answering them in the STAR method. Look up websites with interview questions and answers, and then practice that format and answer them in a personal way to your situation.
How long did your interview process take? I'm currently interviewing now and have been waiting since June to go to Atlanta.
Phone interview near end of feb....interview in June then scheduled to start Next month or August.
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So was your final interview in Atlanta and how long after the last interview were you notified you were selected for the program? Also, I'm going to Atlanta in October, and advice on the Hiring event would be helpful.