Mission: Our Core Values
LHI’s core values are shared across our employees to inspire and guide our behavior. They underline the fulfillment of our responsibilities, they govern how we interact with one another; they are the filter through which we view our ...
I have been working at Logistics Health Incorporated full-time (More than a year)
A fast growing company with opportunities for internal advancement. Great benefits, culture, leadership and professional development opportunities. Hard work and networking is key to advancement.
Entry level departments not as flexible, but still a foot in the door for advancement.
I applied online. I interviewed at Logistics Health Incorporated.
Disinterested and rude interviewers.
This was probably the worst interview in my experience thus far. To start out, neither greeted me upon entering, they didn't even look up from their computers. Throughout the interview they were glued to their screens and rarely made eye contact. Neither made any attempts at conversation and I actually had to make the first move to get the interview started. Both interviewers acted as if they wished they were elsewhere and did not seem to care about anything I had to say. Additionally, both had very thick accents that made it difficult to discern what they were saying. This is no fault of theirs, but when asked to repeat their questions they made no efforts to enunciate clearer or slow down, which made the process rather painful. After a while I was so turned off I stopped putting forth effort into my responses, since they clearly weren't putting any into this interview. They didn't seem to like that, and ended the interview shortly after. A few hours later I received a generic "no hire" email, but all I can say is good riddance.