I went in for my second interview *in person* I'm applying for customer service rep. In distribution. First thing I took a typing test which was pretty simple. Then I met with 2 managers who we're very nice my interview lasted about 45 minutes I have a lot of customer service experience also my last job was in pharmaceutical so my interview was very detailed. Afterwards I was able to sit in and listen to a call which was pretty awesome to get a feel of the calls. Over all I was there about an hour and a half. I'm not sure if that's how all interviews go but I think it went well. Training start January 7th so I'm hoping I'll hear Something soon. If you ever worked here was this your experience as well?
For different jobs the process of course varies. It can be fairly in depth. Several tiers, HR screening, several interviews with teams of current employees, management.
Was a cool interview now just waiting for call back🤞
What are most common question are being ask at Thermo Fisher Scientific Wear house
Can take up to several months. Many different interviews including recruiter, direct manager, HR and possible others.
Answered - Distribution Supervisor (Current Employee) - Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
Not very in-depth.
Answered - Material Handler/ Machine Operator (Former Employee) - Marietta, OH
It was very chill and relaxed.
Answered - Sr. Manufacturing Technician II (Former Employee) - Pleasanton, CA
Short and sweet
Answered - Test Technician (Former Employee) - Franklin, MA
Very thorough and to the point. Looking for the right candidate for the position
Answered - Senior credit account manager (Current Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA
Quick and painless. Was in the floor a week after interview
Answered - Material Handler/Forklift (Former Employee) - Rockford, IL