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I have been working at AstraZeneca full-time (More than 8 years)
Big Company that allows to develop professionalism if one learns how to navigate through its intricate political environment
Too many layers of management dilute accountability and slow down the decision making process. Corporate politics disrupt and efficient and evidence-based decision making
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at AstraZeneca in November 2011.
An out-sourced employment coordinator contacted me to schedule an interview. After meeting with him, the next phase of the process was a panel interview where four managers interviewed me. Two of the managers asked behavioral questions, based on past experiences. The other two managers appeared to be inexperienced at interviewing and had no follow-up questions. The managers appeared to disagree as to the next steps, the qualifications of the individuals they were searching for, etc.
If you have similar experience, ask about additional vacation policy; inquire about hiring bonus. Otherwise, nothing unusual.