Talk to employees in the area you will be working. Ask questions regarding group dynamics, leadership know the locations of your coworkers and potentially your immediate supervisor.
Focus on quality, integrity and the patient.
Answered - Materials Management (Former Employee) - Lafayette, IN
Ask a lot of questions about how decisions are taken and take the time to speak with potential colleagues who would be your peers.
Answered - Technology Manager (Current Employee) - United States
Interview process is very relaxed and is done in a group setting. Basic questions about your education and previous work experience are the most intense questions they ask. Be sure to bring your resume and copy of your transcripts, even though you tuned those in with your application.
Answered - Lab Technician 22N (Current Employee) - Lafayette, IN
Be prepared and ready to work in a Team environment.
Answered - Chemical Operator/Control Operator/Process Manager (Former Employee) - Theodore, AL