Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Dunkin' Brands.
Phone screening first, then invite to a Hire Vue video interview. The video interview was a great experience, though strange to sit in front of a web cam with no one on the other side. I felt it was a fair process, though there was zero communication from the hiring manager after the video interview which I felt was both unprofessional and disappointing. A simple form email saying I am no longer a candidate for the position would have sufficed.
- There were 10 questions for the video interview and they gave you ample time to complete it. Here's a few of them: What are your passions; what drives you? describe a rewarding team experience. What is your most challenging work experience and how did you overcome it? How do you handle multiple projects at one time? Why are you the best candidate for this position? Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Dunkin' Brands (Canton, MA) in June 2014.
The process took nearly two months. It started out with a writing test and then a 1:1 phone interview with the hiring manager. It then went on to a 1:1 phone interview with the HR point of contact. Next, I had to do a recorded video interview. Next a personality test that consisted of 12 pages with 30 questions per page. This was followed by an IQ test. IQ and Personality test are part of your interview score and it is illegal according to the supreme court to do so as it is considered a discriminatory practice.After a few weeks, I had a face to face in Canton, MA. The hiring manager messed up my interview schedule and admitted to me she had only ever managed 3 projects vs. my 8-32 per quarter. She said I had too much Fortune 500 experience. It took them 1.5 weeks to get back to me to tell me that I was too big of a fish and would not be able to swim in a little pond, which was extremely short sighted and insulting. I was told I was the top candidate throughout this entire process. It took them two months to figure out they did not want their top candidate. Enough said.
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