I interviewed at Digitas in November 2013.
Interview Details – 4 separate 30 minute interviews. The interviewers were friendly but serious. They were looking for concrete examples of past experience. For example: Name a time when you took leadership; Give an example of your strength in managing projects, Talk about how you work in a team environment, Give 3 strengths/ 3 weaknesses, etc. There was only one "situational" question (see below).
Interview Question – How would you interact with a client who was asking for something beyond their budget? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Digitas in June 2012.
Interview Details – First I was called by their NY recruiter and asked to come to the interview session. Around 8 people we're there being interviewed. We were interviewed for 30 minutes by 6 different people, so the interview was 3 hours. They asked questions from my resume, and then asked questions about working on a team and how I handle team environments. The people we're very nice and personable, and made me feel comfortable. The other people interviewing for the position we're young in their early 20's.
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Digitas in June 2012.
Interview Details – I first had a phone screening with a recruiter, then I came into the office and met with 5 people total, all of whom would eventually be on my team. They asked about my background, what I thought of digital advertising. It was very conversational, very relaxing. Great team and a great experience.
Interview Question – Where do you see yourself in five years? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Digitas in October 2010.
Interview Details – I had an initial phone interview with a Digitas recruiter in Boston. A few days later she contacted me by phone and told me the hiring managers wanted to have me come in to the Detroit office for a face to face interview. I interviewed with 4 different people for 30 minutes each (2 hour interview). I was called back again for a second interview where once again I interviewed with 4 more people for 30 minutes each (2 hour interview). A few days later I was contacted by the recruiter and offered a position.
Interview Question – If it were your job to figure out how many barber shops are needed in the U.S how would you go about figuring it out and how many barber shops would you suggest are needed. View Answer
The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Digitas in June 2010.
Interview Details –
I started as a freelancer, and when my assignment ended, I was told I'd be considered for a full-time spot. Since there was confusion on the company's end on what exactly they needed, I came in two times and went through two whole interview processes before starting the third one that finally landed me a job.
The process itself was pretty standard, I met three people I'd be working with.
Interview Question – Describe a previous experience where you had to take a leadership role to solve an issue, how did you do that? View Answer
Negotiation Details – In negotiating salary, I was told there was absolutely no flexibility.
- Great benefits, thanks to Publicis
- Social & volunteer opportunities
- Solid reputation – Full Review
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