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Job was outsourced to foreign country

Answered March 7, 2019

It depends on your position but there is great flexibility. A lot of positions are home-based and offer great work hours.

Answered by IQVIANovember 18, 2016

I applied for a clinical nurse educator. From the time I applied, to the time I actually received a response, was months. My 45-60 minute phone interview with (Manager in San Diego) appeared to be going well, with an in person interview scheduled for Tuesday of the next week. Everything went haywire from that point on. On Monday, the day before the interview, I never heard back from her. I did contact her to reconfirm the interview for Tuesday, and she sent me a cold, calius text message stating that there was no interview, and she would reach out should they interview again. Her attitude went from being excited to meet me, to I want nothing to do with you. It was the strangest, most disrespectful interaction I have ever had with an employer. I did speak with this manager, and she tried to clean up her lack of professionalism by stating the position I was applying for was being put on the back burner. I did apply for another position, at the manager's request, and once I did, I never heard back from her, even after I contacted her about the second position. I was then sent an email stating they went with a candidate who had "stronger skills" than me, which I am sure was sent to cover up their actions. The funny thing is that there will always be someone who will have more experience, stronger skills, etc. Whether or not IQVIA managers want to believe this, but right now there is someone in the world who has stronger skills than they do, and many who are in charge of hiring, and yet they still work for this company, I will say to everyone, until you physically meet with them, take what they say with a grain of salt. I was treated horribly, without cause or provocation. Hope this helps!

Answered July 29, 2019

People were negative, toxic work culture including management. When your manager looks and acts like they hate their job and projects that negativity that’s how it reflects on the team, if you have one. Poorly run company and would never refer anyone there. HR is rude and useless and can’t answer a question

Answered October 17, 2019

Research anything you can on the company and go in prepared for the job you want.

Answered November 17, 2019

I am home based, so I set my schedule and am self-motivated.

Answered May 14, 2019

Sometimes you have to deal with a lot of different requirements but this it will help you to stay motivated and productive.

Answered October 15, 2018

Nothing they are a great company to work for

Answered October 9, 2017

No you must have a college degree and they call colleges to verify your education.

Answered March 8, 2018

1) Submitted resume
2) Had a screening interview over the phone

3) Had an in-office interview with approximately 4 people

4) I sent a follow up email within 24 hours of the in-office interview

5) Received a phone call that they were interested in hiring me so we went over my requirements

Answered January 9, 2019
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