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No Offer – Interviewed in London, England (UK) Mar 2013 – Reviewed Mar 5, 2013
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Before the interview I was contacted by an unhelpful member of the staff who asked me i I was still available. I replied that yes and that I'd appreciate sending her my updated CV (I applied in November and got a reply in March) but she did not email me.
On the interview day I was contacted by Fola Baker who couldn't sound less enthusiastic...
After going through my CV and having to explain my work experience 2-3 times -not only because she clearly did not take the time to read my CV if not because she was not paying any attention- she said that based on my CV I was not suitable for the job (!)
Note: Dear Fola, next time read the CV first and then contact the applicant. Please, don't waste applicant's time.
Interview Question – Tell me the title of your ideal job Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2011 – Reviewed Jun 20, 2012
Interview Details – It was a background check because I was reffered by an employee and the Company prior to the day of the interview knew my capability.
Interview Question – Will you be willing to work for us View Answer
No Offer – Interviewed in San Donato Milanese (Italy) Oct 2010 – Reviewed Nov 18, 2010
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I was contacted by an HR on the phone about an assessment for an internship position. The salary conditions were immediatly made clear on the phone, and the interview took place in two steps:
- assessment day: the group interview consisted in an English test (grammar, vocabulary, written comprehension, oral comprehension), a group role play activity, a 1:1 motivational interview with an HR and a individual business case. The process took the whole morning and part of the afternoon, with a lunch break offered in the canteen;
- technical interview: I was called about a week after the first interview and invited for the second one, which was more about my knowledge of the subject of work. It lasted about one hour and involved 5 people of which 3 were people actually working in the project. I had to talk again about my motivation for the role.
The overall impression of the recruitment process was fine, all the people I have dealt with were very nice. The major con was the salary level for such a long internship and the fact that there was no certainty at all about the hiring at the end of the year, apparently indepentently of the quality of the work.
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