Interview by phone and in person. Standard process for industry
Answered - AR (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL area
They ask you what you are looking for and help you find jobs that fit within your parameters so long as you have the experience.
Answered - Accounts Payable Analyst (Former Employee) - Mesa, AZ
Answered - Administrative Assistant - Purchasing (Former Employee) - Tulsa, OK
It is like a standard interview. The recruiters can be critical, such as saying you don't exude enough confidence or should walk straighter. They are not interviewing but sizing you up as to how much money they can make. Sorry, that is their business.
Very detailed interview questions
Answered - Billing Specialist (Current Employee) - Deer Park, TX
The interview process is very straightforward, the people are very down to earth and personable. After the initial interview, there is an orientation where the candidate gets to look on and be somewhat immersed in the role that they would be taking on, followed by another follow up interview and if all goes well, a training schedule and additional paperwork are provided.
Answered - Credit Representative (Current Employee) - Paramus, NJ