Easy over the phone.
Answered - Systems Analyst (Current Employee) - Afghanistan
The interview process is usually done over the phone for the first time before the hiring agent will bring you in for a personal interview.
Answered - Electronics Maintenance Lead (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA
Try to be your friend then the abuse starts
Answered - Government Agency Collector (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ
I filled out the application days later i was asked to return i was asked to enter the kitchen to prove i could follow simple instructions which started with making fresh dough rolling a pizza and topping it
Answered - Cook (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD
Telephonic and then face to face
Answered - QA Tester/Analyst (Current Employee) - Clearwater, FL
Great! I was interviewed by the Lead Designer and the Engineering Manager. We discussed my experience and my willingness to use that experience for the project and companies benefit.
Answered - 3D Modeler, Senior Designer and Checker (Former Employee) - Tulsa, OK
Answered - Energy Efficiency Program Manager (Former Employee) - Exton, PA
The interview was very smooth and the HR person was very helpful.
There was at least one phone interview and after that the hiring manager signified interest, a face to face interview was scheduled.
The rest is story after that.
Question asked were function related.
Answered - Computer System Validation Engineer (Current Employee) - Frederick, MD