Cincinnati Bell

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Cincinnati Bell Interviews

Updated 10 Dec 2014
Updated 10 Dec 2014

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    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 6 weeksinterviewed at Cincinnati Bell.

    Interview Details

    The interview process seemed disorganized -- for starters, the hiring manager was 25 minutes late for our first meeting -- but the position sounded promising. Eventually, I received a verbal offer from the hiring manager. Someone from HR was supposed to call me the next day with the formal offer. Nobody called. After a month of no word, and no answer to my calls or emails, I received the official, "You didn't get the job." I asked for an explanation, but received none.

    Interview Questions
    • The interview questions were all normal and the conversation was very collegial.   Answer Question
    Negotiation Details
    The offer was revoked with no explanation. (See above.)
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Website www.cincinnatibell.com
Headquarters Cincinnati, OH
Size 1,000 to 5,000 Employees
Founded 1873
Type Company - Public (CBB)
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue £500 million to £1 billion (GBP) per year
Competitors Verizon, AT&T, Sprint

Cincinnati Bell rings for Bengals and Bearcats, Musketeers, and even the Reds. The company provides local phone services through its Cincinnati Bell Telephone subsidiary to residential and business customers in southwestern Ohio, northern Kentucky, and eastern Indiana. It has been the incumbent local-exchange carrier (ILEC) for greater Cincinnati since the 1870s, and it operates in other areas as a competitive local-exchange carrier (CLEC), providing voice and data services through its own networks, as well as through agreements with other carriers. Cincinnati Bell also... More

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