Mission: To grow the value of our global businesses, by developing cost - effective medical products and therapy solutions that meet the needs of customers and improve patient health.
Great products. Have all the contracts
lack of communication and direction
Advice to Management
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at BSN medical (Miami, FL) in June 2015.
Excrutiatingly long and painful. Interview process took over 3 months. Recruiter interview, 2 in person, 3 phone interviews. Firstly I've done this job before and was very successful, my education and backround is well suited and I have connections and networking in place for this position. I did everything right, I found customers that both the hiring mgr. and I had in common and they called him up to speak of my work ethic, how they trusted me and would purchase from me again. One of them purchases for 90 LTC facilities. It came down to 2 last candidates, me being one of them. My recruiter told me she felt that Corporate wanted the other candidate and the hiring mgr. wanted me. They chose the other candidate and while I was extremely discouraged, I got over it. Then Recruiter calls me up a couple of weeks later and says, "You're never going to believe this but Now they think your background and education are better suited for this position and they want both of you to fly to N. Carolina and do the final interviews". I'm ecstatic and say Awesome and work even harder on a new stellar presentation... but it's just a Corporate sham. Looking back on it, they change the status of the job, then they change the flight to a phone interview, then they call me 1 week early and do the 3 interviews by surprise. Something stinks and it's BSN corporate. Here's my take - the other candidate whom Corporate prefers takes another position because this is an extremely drawn-out process and he's tired of waiting. Then he has a change of heart and wants the position and In order "not to have to do the entire interview process over again" they make like I "really have another shot at this job" when Corporate just wanted to ram their favorite candidate through the door. In this way it seems like they are not going over the hiring managers head and that I lost fair and square in the phone interviews and that everything is "by the book." Wow, what deviousness. They should Not have called me a second time. This is cruel and dishonest. When the other candidate refused they should have offered me the position - this was the proper thing to do because I waited for this position because I did well on the interview, because I've done it before and because I deserved it!
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