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RxLogix Corporation
PMO Director was asked...April 6, 2019

What do you know about the position you are interviewing for?

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Trust me when i say this - the only place i had to face arrogance and humiliation while being interviewed [i was interviewed for qa/ba role for peanuts package] from the 'directors' [AJ princeton office - arrogant to the core and A from india]. I know exactly what you are talking about. Know in your heart its them and not YOU. you are truly blessed to not join in a unprofessional place . I landed somewhere great - thankful to work for a great company with a LOTT better pay. Less

Trust me when i say this - the only place i had to face arrogance /humiliation while being interviewed in this country is RX logix.I was interviewed for qa/ba role for peanuts package -$50k from the Associate director -AJ @princeton office[Karma is a bad AJ, one day all the bad you have thrown is gonna find its way back to you.] - arrogant to the core - he wouldnt even look at you- same thing cut you off stating you are wrong- he called me for 4 rounds - who on earth would you call someone back to back for several rounds of interviews stating each time they don't like you - thats the strategy they pull so that they can offer you peanut package at the end for working 18+ hours[thats what they were asking]- i was disgusted to the core - literally threw up - the office was not even well litted [saving money maybe!] and their logo was falling off the wall - cheapskates ]. I know exactly what you are talking about. Know in your heart its them and not YOU. you are truly blessed to not join in a unprofessional /unhealthy place . I landed somewhere great - i thank god everyday for being rescued and redirecting me to an amazing company where am valued, very well compensated and looing forward in going eachday .And i do keep a tab on RxLogix - just to know whether karma started showering back - what goes around comes around! Less

If anyone know ways to reach out to United states government in filing complaints about mental harassement and belittling during job interviews please do post it here . Less

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FUJIFILM North America

HR asked many situational questions about employees, staff situations - good and bad. Hiring manager stuck to the actual work assignment and responsibilities. They make it clear Tokyo has a huge influence on everything - it is a Japanese company.

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Their game continues!

Just gave the info they needed, showed hiring manager portfolio of work - he was quite impressed. HR was difficult and asked unfair questions - after 3 rounds I did not get the offer. Round 3 was strictly HR so they were the culprit in getting me eliminated. Manager expressed dire need for this role but he was denied by HR. Purely horrible process but I've seen worse, believe it or not. Less

Entertainment One
PMO Director was asked...November 11, 2017

Asked Scenario type questions/methodology

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Too long to go in to here. But typical Project Management responses

Is this a new role or a replacement?

Maze Recruiting

None they never followed up beyond getting the softcopy of my resume


Tell me about your relevant agency experiences.

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I explained my various agency experiences even though I have not been in that world for a number of years. Less


They asked if I had manufacturing IT systems experience.

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I did not have this particular set of experience, but related projects and positions that most closely matched that type of activity. Less

Ambry Genetics

Lean and Six Sigma experience

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Told them about my “hands in” process improvement background and certification.


Specific configuration in Oracle for transaction.

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Can't remember answer


How do you handle tight schedules and fast pace?

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I noted this was very usual for me having worked at many startups, which tend to not even have normal processes or schedules. Less

RxLogix Corporation

Would you manage changes to an off the shelf software product as SCRUM or Waterfall?

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I educated him about the 80-20 rule and told him it would depend on the duration of the project and custom changes that would be needed. Obviously less than three months of customization is not a large project and he arrogantly argued this type of project is absolutely Waterfall and not scrum. OK whatever dude. Hope you felt better while getting off trying to beat me up in between getting the Skype calls interrupted because you don't have the bandwidth to conduct a professional interview properly. Good luck hiring a Director of PMO that is a puppet face to your customers while you guys pull the strings and blame the face for your mistakes. Less

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