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Global Resource Management Overview

Duluth, GA
201 to 500 employees
1992
Company - Private
Information Technology
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Unknown
Global Resource Management Inc. (GRMI) is a premier IT solutions, staff augmentation/contingent Labor Company established in 1993. With over 23 years of experience and consultants in 28 states across the USA, GRMI has more than 500 technical resources across major industries in ... Read more

Mission: To be one of the top minority and women let company founded in 1993, has earned Top 3 vendor status with many of its large clients in industries such as Telecommunications, Information Technology, Banking and Finance, Healthcare and Consumer Goods and Retail and manufacturing ... Read more

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    very nice people to work with. very helpful.

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    wish i can continue to for them

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Global Resource Management Interviews

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    Anonymous Employee in East Chicago, IN
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Global Resource Management (East Chicago, IN) in March 2014.

    Interview

    A Three-Tier Process of an Online Survey, Telephone Interview and then a face-to-face Panel Interview. Then finally a week of meeting with other colleagues to collaborate and determine the "right-fit." The dispersion of this process was robust and provided the avenue for truly understanding whether this opportunity was suitable. This was very informative and insightful with the Telephone Interview being the turning-point as to the whether going forward was mutually beneficial. Personally, the interview process was challenging, forced me to problem-solve and to think strategically. It measured my skills without being invasive.

    Interview Questions

    • Define and elaborate on Three Skills-set that you think would be an asset to this job?   1 Answer
    • How do you relate to disappointments and being told no?   1 Answer
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