Interviewed at Hitachi Consulting
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If any one get any openings from Hitachi Consulting regarding Oracle PIM or MDM interviews, please don't take it. They are conducting fake interviews just to get information from you how you have implemented PIM in your own company.
This applies to all the niche technologies currently in market.
My interview was less of questions and more of his doubts on how I proceeded to define the approach and implement solution.
If at any point of time you feel you are being used, just start giving wrong answers to fool them.
A company needs experienced resources, not trained freshers.
My interview lasted for 30mins and it ended when I had to force myself that I dont want to divulge any more information.
I Pity the company.
Interview Question – You can understand how worse the resources of the company are that they had to conduct fake interviews to gather information. Awful and shameless. Answer Question
Interviewed at Hitachi Consulting
Interview Details – Their hiring process is a personal interview on the spot and then they decide within the higher ranked employees in the company if the interviewer should get the open position. It is realively easy to get a job if there is an open position and you have the needed qualifications but if there is no open spot its almost impossible for them to open more positions even if they have many empty desks.
Interview Question –
-Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Also asked conflict resolution questions with a mix of office ethics. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Hitachi Consulting.
Interview Details – Mostly spoke to managers and directors about my experience. Interviews were very straightforward and there were not many trick questions. They were looking for people who could think on their feet and be able to handle many different scenarios. For junior level consultants they were mostly concerned about learning agility and technical skills.
Interview Question – Nothing was very unexpected or difficult, just talk about experience, be able to quickly adapt to environments. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was able to negotiate my salary by 5K, but mostly because I had prior work experience and a masters degree. Most C1/C2s were not able to do the same.
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Hitachi Consulting in September 2012.
Interview Details – been a long time; do not remember much
Interview Question – been a long time; do not remember much Answer Question
Negotiation Details – they did not negotiated much on designation but did on salary for a lac Rs
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Hitachi Consulting in November 2013.
Interview Details –
Hiring proocess was good, well co-ordinated and well communicated.
Interview process was just ok, person interview had less knowledge and experience than me. He could not ask questions based on my exp.
Interview Question – Tables and columns names Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Hitachi Consulting in July 2009.
Interview Details – had a detailed process
Negotiation Details – agreeable
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Hitachi Consulting in December 2011.
Interview Details – The company contacted me for a first-round interview, and was very flexible when I asked to reschedule the initial set time. The consultant who interviewed me was very friendly, and all the questions were behavioral - no case interviews at all.
Interview Question – Tell me about a time where you had to work with a difficult person. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Received an offer from a more prestigious company
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Hitachi Consulting in November 2011.
Interview Details – I submitted my resume at the career fair at my university. It took a few weeks to hear back from them since their deadline to submit applications online was a little later. My first interview was a 1:1 interview with a senior manager from the info session the night before. The interview was very conversational and relaxed. A week or so later I heard back that I had been offered to come out for a second interview. The second part of the process was a little different. The first night (night before the interview) there was a dinner at a very nice restaurant with execs and new hires. The dinner was informal but you should still be on your toes during the entire night. Act as if every conversation is a small interview. The day of the interview, we were given a small tour of the floor that Hitachi has in one of the buildings in Dallas. Their area was very nice and modern looking. After the tour, we sat in a meeting room and were fed info about the company and their benefits (which are GREAT)! Then it was time for interviews!!! The first interview was 1:1 and again very conversational. Then there was lunch with new hires. A second interview followed lunch along with a panel discussion and a group case study. The group case study was very relaxed. Just make sure you participate and have fun. Overall, it was a great experience! I loved it! The people were GREAT!
Negotiation Details – I tried negotiating my salary to start and that was declined to keep the consistency amongst the new hires. If I were you, I would try anyway. I then negotiated for relocation/signing bonus and it was accepted. The lady I negotiated with was very nice and REALLY excited that I liked the company and that I was accepting. My advice....NEGOTIATE!
Pros: Friendly environment and good campus to work at. Proximity to local community is great making the office very accessible – Full Review
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