No interview! Just a phone call asking if I wanted the job. Whatever my thoughts on the job were, the "interview process" was very amenable.
Answered - Vegetable Quality Laboratory Technician (Former Employee) - Woodland, CA
Laid back, professional,
Answered - Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee) - Waterman, IL
The interview process is behavioral based, and generally in approximately 3 sessions (maybe more, maybe less depending on the job)
Answered - Laboratory Coordinator (Current Employee) - Creve Coeur, MO
You'll be interviewed many times by a group of people one day and you might end up coming back to a second even third interview with a different group each time.
Answered - Lab Technician III (Former Employee) - Oxnard, CA
At the interview, that due to my Chemistry and Chemical Engineering degrees, I would have a job then and there.
Answered - Process Engineer (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Multiple Panel interviews using behavior based questions.
Answered - Lead Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Alot of questions but made so that the right individual is chosen for the position. There were five different people in the room, all had questions and comments. They were friendly and welcoming.
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Lubbock, TX