Mission: At Cardiac Science, we are what we do! Our guiding principle is to develop automated external defibrillators that are at the heart of saving lives. We take this commitment very seriously and still recognize the importance of providing a culture that supports a high-energy ...
When financial times were better, they provided occasional thank you lunches, annual Christmas party, and there were some very dedicated and hard workers. Pay and benefits were average.
Recalls were financially devastating. There were likely other contributing factors to the spiral.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Cardiac Science Corporation (Bothell, WA) in July 2011.
I had a phone interview and an in-person interview, both with upper management and the in-person was off-site. I did not tour the office location until I was offered the position and met with HR to discuss the offer. I did not meet with my direct supervisor until my first day of work - I should have known something what's right. There was also an obvious attempt to hide the reason why the previous employee had left.
The interviews themselves were pretty standard and laid back. I had no problem getting the position, as I was very qualified for it. No surprised questions or "games".
I was initially told during my phone interview that there would be an opportunity for salary negotiation, but when it came time for the offer, I found out that this wasn't true. The hourly rate was set and there was no room for negotiation.
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