I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at SHI International.
Interview Details Met with HR, asked a few questions and then given a test that covered basic skills
Interview Question – One thing you are skill you are looking to improve on in this job Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at SHI International in November 2012.
Interview Details I was contacted by HR with no prior knowledge of SHI. I was told a little bit about the company and position and then asked if I would be interested in this opportunity. I had expressed interest so was Immediately interviewed while on the same phone call. Very standard interview questions about my experiences, strengths and weaknesses. I was then asked if I would like to schedule an in person interview. During my interview I met with the same person I had interviewed with over the phone. I then interviewed with someone from the department of the position i was applying. Both interviews were very similar to the phone interview, just standard questions. Directly after the interview I was asked to take a test which measured my ability to perform the tasks required for the position. Fairly simple test, only about 10 questions. I was then contacted a week later to fill out information for a background check. A week after that I was offered the position.
Interview Question – Nothing challenging or unexpected. Standard questions about past experiences, strengths and weaknesses. Answer Question
Careers at SHI In addition to a competitive salary and high-quality benefits package, SHI offers an exciting, fun and supportive environment that was recently recognized by our employees as one of the best places to… — Full Overview
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