Good question. ? I do not know.
Answered - Nuclear Chemical Operator (Former Employee) - Hanford, WA
1 to 2 days
Answered - Account Support 1 (Former Employee) - Sharonville, OH
Took 6 months - because of the security clearance procedures
Answered - Project Manager (Former Employee) - Baton Rouge, LA
The interview to hire process for me took about 1 week. The steps are nothing atypical, quite typical to be honest.
Answered - SENIOR HR BENEFITS SYSTEMS ANALYST (Former Employee) - Englewood, CO
It took six weeks.
1-Applicant to send email to past 8 years of manager requesting reference survey be filled out.
2-Phone Screening by HR Recruiter.
3-Interview 1 - Pre-screening by onsite manager and coworker
4-Interview 2 - Panel Interview
5-Job offer by Hiring Manager in corporate.
6-Assigned to background Screening for 3rd party company
7-Once contacted, fill out extensive background questionaire. Can take many hours.
8-Collect last 10 years of tax W-2's and submit.
10-Wait for background screening to complete.
11-Receive confirmation of hire date from Hiring Manager.
12-Onboard Specialist from corporate contact.
13-Finalization from HR Recruiter.
14-Phone call confirmation for start date from on-site office. manager.
Answered - Sr. Admin Assistant (Former Employee) - Redding, CA
Answered - Health and Safety Manager (Former Employee) - Denver, CO
It took about two months.
Answered - Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA