Fair and comfortable
Answered - Network Admin/Technical Writing (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA
Interview is not very long
Answered - IT Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Went in, took a test on the computer, answered a few easy questions about me, that was it.
Answered - Contractor (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
Skype, but the process is very comprehensive and geared toward uncovering your potential.
Answered - Systems Administrator (Current Employee) - Everett, WA
Answered - Desktop Support Specialist (Current Employee) - Dublin, OH
Very long interview process but understandable. Two phone screens, 3 in person interviews before decision is made.
Answered - IT Account Executive (Former Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK
I was interviewed via Skype, which was very convenient for me and worked well.
Answered - Information Technology Contractor (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
Walk in but great.
Answered - Tech support (Current Employee) - Dublin, OH
1) Personal Interview
2) Prove It skills
3) Brief about Client Expectations before Interview
4) Client Interview 2 to 3 rounds
5) Post interview experience asked by Roberthalf
6) Feedback shared (Selected or Not Selected)
Answered - Senior Consultant (Current Employee) - Fremont, CA
One on one interviews with two different people and then got to the job they find and most of those interviews are two or more or one.
Answered - Inventory Systems Analyst (Former Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK