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Rhinestahl Corporation
Lead Sourcing Specialist was asked...21 November 2019

Are you open to learning new things ?

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I have 7 professional certifications from well-recognized professional organizations. Less

Alexander Mann Solutions

Do you have experience in high volume sourcing with monthly reviews pertaining to your work?

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Yes, I've spent significant time with High volume companies where I was required to hit a minimum number of calls, submittals and placements per month. Less

GovData

"Henry, Hetty, Horace and Herb are students. Henry speaks Mandarin. Hetty and Horace both speak Malay. Everyone but Horace can speak Catalan. Herb can speak the same languages as everyone except for Malay. What does Horace not speak?"

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Catalan

Stryker

Are you a leader or a follower?

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Leader; then asked give me a example of a time you lead a team and what was the result Less

GE Aviation

The one question I wasn't prepared for was to describe the qualities that would turn you away from your manager. Otherwise, a lot of situational questions to assess my team building and leadership qualities.

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A condescending attitude, along with not being a team player and dictatorship personality Less

GE Aviation

What is my experience with LEAN manufacturing and how have I used it in my previous roles

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Previous roles I was involved with various cost out projects, cross training employees in my department, evaluating single points of failure and doing risk analysis to improve areas of high risk of failure Less

Implenia

Que fait votre entreprise? Pourquoi nous

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Donner les détails , mais ils ont rien compris, un des adjoint du directeur

Alexander Mann Solutions

Asked during the interview "I'm sure you did your research with AMS."

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I had a perplexed look on my face because I was unaware of the acronym. Initially because it was an analytics position I thought the individual was referring to an Applicant Tracking System. Aparantly AMS is an acronym for Alexander Mann Solutions. Who would know that unless they were an internal employee. Unfortunately the look of judgement and contempt on the interviewers face was enough to know the interview was dead in the water. Less

Alexander Mann Solutions

Would you be open to recruiting candidates if the analytics end was slow?

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Yes of course. Do NOT answer yes to this question. It seems like the accurate and "team player" response would be "yes, no problem". Well what happened was not strong enough for the position and they would like to know if I would be interested in a "standardized recruiter position"? Mind you I would have had to interview all over again for this role. If an organization is unable to decipher from: an hour long phone screen, 30 minutes with the hiring manager over the phone, an hour long PowerPoint presentation for 3 people, and a 2 1/2 hour long interview with 4 people the skill set of the individual and their follow through, why would I bother ever considering any position within that company. Hindsight being 20/20 the entire experience seemed like a bait and switch to get me in the door, knowing full well that the position was for a standardized recruiter. Imagine someone saying "we don't think your enough of a qualified candidate for this position. But we would like to consider you another position, approximately three tiers below what you interviewed for over the past month. Only to add insult to injury by saying I will need to take time out of my schedule again to meet the decision makers. Incredible the lack of respect and consciousness people have for others time. Awful awful awful experience, save yourself the PTO, energy, and time...just look for an internal position. Less

Gemini

Why you want to leave your current job?

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I may not want to leave, I just see this is a great match with my background, I’m exploring the opportunity. Less

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