Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at LogMeIn.
3 phone interview - recruiter, hiring manager, VP. After that an in-person interview in the office with 4 people. Nothing unusual - questions about experience, brain teasers, behavioral questions.
- Nothing difficult Answer Question
Was able to negotiate 8% increase in the offer
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Overall experience was very good. Painless and everyone was very accommodating and pleasing to deal with. Cool office space.
Had a phone screen with the recruiter
Had a phone screen with potential manager
Interviewed with a few folks for an in-person
- Tell me about the happiest time at your current job Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at LogMeIn (Boston, MA) in February 2014.
Fantastic and refreshing company to interview with. From the initial phone screening to the offer letter, the entire process was so quick and took less than a month which is unheard of nowadays. I went through 2 phone screens (first HR, then hiring manager) and then, less than a week later, came in for two rounds of in-person interviews (a total of five people). During all of these, the HR recruiter was fully engaged and genuinely cared about how each step of the process went. It speaks volumes when a company has a recruiter that is passionate about what they do and really takes the time to make sure you are comfortable during the entire interview process.
Similar to a prior posting, be prepared for some challenging questions - but also quite relevant, pointed, and well chosen. Each interviewer was easy to converse with and pleasant to be around. They also provided honest answers to any questions I had. I didn't feel like I was being fed bs at all.
- What would you do in the first 14 days of your new role? Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 days – interviewed at LogMeIn (Woburn, MA) in January 2010.
Need to have good knowledge of Data structure & Algorithms, programming skills. I had one phone interview round and then an in-person interview.
- Algorithms, dynamic programming questions Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at LogMeIn (Budapest (Hungary)) in March 2014.
I got in via a headhunter. The interview is very easy:
- first you get an online test with very basic questions
- then a personal technical interview, also quite easy
- then an interview with the vice president(s) of the team(s) they're hiring for
- I was asked to implement a file upload handler in ASP .NET that is ready for multi-threaded environments Answer Question
There was no negotiation
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at LogMeIn (Dublin, Dublin (Ireland)) in February 2014.
1. Phone screening with the recruiter
-Just basic questions about my resume and past experience.
2. Phone screening with the team leader
-Just basic questions about my goals, achievements and experience.
3. On-site interview which took 3 hours
-The on-site interview consist of 4 stages.
First you have to speak with the recruiter who is going to explain you more about the company.
-Second you have to speak with the team leader about LogMeIn and he is going to ask you some questions, see below + resume check.
-Third you are going to speak with two managers in Boston, explain them who you are, your skills and why they should hire you, remember they look for a cultural fit as well, be yourself!
-Fourth you are going to get a tour around the office.
4. Feedback from the managers in Boston
-It takes about 4-5 days for them to make a decision.
The whole process took 3 weeks for me.
Advice: Be honest and don't be nervous!
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