Phone screen, phone interview with manager and one 2 hour interview at the office to meet with various members of the team. Mine was not disorganized and happened in the time the recruiting manager informed me. It was very good!
Answered by Redbrick Health
My interview process consisted of an initial phone interview followed by an hour video interview with the program manager. My final interview was onsite at the client’s headquarters in TX. Final interview was a disaster with the client showing little interest in getting to know me and my qualifications. It was basically a waste of time. To top it off, RedBrick Health never contacted me to let me know that I didn’t receive the position. I found out after seeing the job reposted on LinkenIn! I sent them an email regarding what I had seen and never received a response. Probably the most unprofessional company that I’ve ever interviewed with in regards to follow-up.
There were 2 interviews; first was with the HR department and the second was with my supervisor and program manager. We talked about my position and what I would be doing.
Answered - FUFILLMENT DATA SPECIALIST (Current Employee) - Minneapolis, MN
Disorganized - Rescheduled multiple times, hiring manager didn't bother to call into interview. Based on their followup questions they made many inaccurate conclusions about me from my initial interview.