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I applied, I received a congratulations email the next day or within 2 days, stating that I meet the qualifications for the position I was applying for. And that my application has been sent to the manager for him/her to review. In another couple of days I received another email which was an interview invitation. I had to choose one date and time to do my interview from multiple dates that they chose. 5 days later which is today, I had an interview through a video app called Zoom. I guess because of this COVID-19. It was only me and one woman doing the interview. She asked me probably about 10 questions. Maybe a couple more. But somewhere around that number. All of the questions were, “Tell me a time when...”. They’re behavioral type questions. Wanting to see how you reacted during certain situations. The interview was over in about 35 mins maybe. She said to keep checking my email with the next steps.

Applied and got an email to schedule an interview after 2 weeks. A guy did a brief overview of the job in a room with a few candidates. They let you know the last minute that you are going to be asked several STAR format behavioral type questions. Within seconds you are then hauled off one by one by an interviewer. You get into a room and are asked a series of useless questions that doesn’t really pertain to the job. I’m assuming they want to figure out how you are and how’d you react to a situation. Seems like they rather hire the incompetence that are able to answer the questions they ask but cannot perform the job or come into work on time.
They rather turn away the hard working individuals that aren’t able to express and entertain their moods. You can talk, but can you walk, the Walk?

I had my interview few days ago..the interviewers was so so nice.. just be your self ..

I applied October 2nd, they scheduled me for an in person interview on the 10th. Two gentlemen interviewed me and it was pretty laid back. They even offered me a bottle of water. Took about 30 mins in total. On the 11th I had been offered the position depending on background check and drug test (urine). On the 14th I did my background paperwork and on the 15th the drug test. I passed by the 16th and was hired. I did the onboarding paperwork today the 21st. My training starts on the 29th. So about a month from start to finish.

I was interviewed today 10/15/2019. There were two men, that interviewed me. They just asked, scenario questions, which are pretty much common sense. I was straight forward and kept a smile on my face. They were professional and seem like they cared. I’m just praying I get to the next step and hired.

Inexperienced interviewers with no training, physiological questions as in, "tell us about a time when you...and how did you handled it". They look for red flags, avoiding the positive. This is your red flag, they are not concerned about you or advancing your growth. Don't waste your time. To many good companies out there to choose from.

The interview was very relaxed and conversational. The interviewers were pretty straightforward and want to know how I might handle being in an environment of big personalities and egos. I appreciated and respected the fact that my interviewer let me know how the decision would be made, and that if I wasn't selected, keep trying. I had my interview last on that date and left a great impression. I received my call the next morning and was invited to experience a ride along.

My interview was rushed. They just want short answers to the questions they where asking which if you think about it, it does not fully let you give the answer. I did not get the job but my experience is well qualify.

Outstanding interview(er) Very timely,Good interaction and feedback.

Well my interview here was a big joke. They don't know what their doing. Both young interviewers had big attitudes, were impatient, and couldn't even answer the questions they were asking me. It was definitely a waste of gas and time. If your okay with a "machismo" environment .. work here!

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