My interview was with a H.R. lady and Team Coordinator. West Des Moines, IA
Typical hiring process. Question like experience and or education. A question like if you had a
conflict with employee (how would you handle it)?
Very long..No call back to inform on the status of the position.Very unprofessional and lack of knowledge.
Extensive and very thorough
Answered - Supplier Quality Engineer (Current Employee) - Fairfield
Very direct and easy
Answered - MRB Engineer (Former Employee) - Chula Vista, CA
Answered - Data is not (Current Employee) - Riverside, CA
Recruiter phone call was interesting, but on site interview was a small 3 person panel, asking questions from a generated sheet and writing down comments.
Answered - Quality Control Technician (Current Employee) - Riverside, CA
I am a contractor for the company, but the interview process was surprisingly simple and quick. I was called initially about the job opening without even applying and had the interview via telephone the next day. Only a few questions were asked of me, however when Ii started asking questions back they did not know how to answer (as I now know they had no idea in the first place). Once I finished the 15 minutes interview I was called back a few hours later letting me know I received the job, a offer letter was sent within the next couple days.
Answered - Data Analyst/Project Engineer (Current Employee) - Foley, AL