Great place to work and with great people.
There aren't enough options around to eat lunch.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Interbank FX (Salt Lake City, UT) in July 2010.
I had two interviews. The first interview was with shift leaders followed by a competency test that included a few multiple choice questions to explore mathematical and technical skills. Also did a typing test. The second interview was with a department director. After I was hired, I was mailed a training kit and was expected to do a lot of reading on my own to train myself before my official hire date came. They did provide my hiring group a well-planned training class that lasted about two and a half weeks, but I just thought it was odd to be asked to do so much training off the clock because I understood free labor to be illegal.
The compensation plan was explained well during the interview, and the compensation was very objective and not open for negotiations. You would start at a base rate with a little extra per hour for shift differentials, language skills, and financial licenses and/or degrees. There was a possibility for annual bonuses based on performance too, but the bonus plan was either reduced or suspended later on because the company had experienced some difficult times.