We do a phone screen first. If you are moved forward, you interview onsite with the hiring manager and possibly a panel depending on the role. You will complete some sort of pre-testing whether it be personality profile or skills. After your interview and testing is completed, the hiring manager determines who is moving forward (HR does not decide this) and getting an offer. Verbal offer is made followed by a written offer. We are closing loops with emails if the candidate is not selected. As always, the process is fluid and can change based on business needs.
Interview went well. Follow-up was horrible. Several phone calls to find out I was not hired. Two weeks later, ad was re-posted. I called and was told new person left (already) and they "didn't like any of the other candidates" so they wanted to start over. Then complained about how much they hated corporate HR, and hung up. So very unprofessional.
Long and boring. Don't waste your time. Nobody takes initiative to call you back.
Answered - Past Employee (Former Employee) - Syracuse, NY
That was fine, it was done through a job fair at my college.
Answered - Diesel Service Technician (Former Employee) - Muncy, PA