I interviewed over the phone while in Florida.
Answered - Field Technician I (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH
Simple and quick. It went very well.
Answered - ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/OFFICE MANAGER (Former Employee) - Glen Allen, VA
Extensive interview process
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Toledo, OH
Mine was good they asked a lot of technical questions which helped me know I could do the job tell training hit or lack of!!
Answered - Technical Support (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
Over the phone and they lie to you. They tell you how you will work as a computer help desk but it's really a call center.
Answered - Service Support Representative II (Current Employee) - Augusta, GA
Answered - Service Desk Analyst (Current Employee) - Australian Capital Territory
Typical interview process for the IT call center job.
Answered - EUS Manager (Current Employee) - SLC, UT
Meet with several individuals//different opinions help to hire and recruit the right fit for the company..
Answered - DISTRICT FINANCIAL MANAGER (Former Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA
Interview process is not uniform and is done by the various account managers and can vary greatly as far as criteria they look for and skills required. A better Uniformed process would be better in my opinion.
Answered - Help desk Level 2 Technician (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
This was actually the most pleasant. They say many things to get you on board. promise many things. Then a month later it looks dramatically different.
Answered - IT Specialist L1 Service Desk (Former Employee) - Budapest