Rogers Communications Interview Questions & Reviews in Brampton, ON
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Director, ITS Interview (Negative Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied in-person and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Rogers Communications in January 2014.
Interview Details – This was an internal posting, one interview.
Analyst II Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Rogers Communications in April 2013.
Interview Details – Submitted application online. Then got a call from HR a few days after and arranged an interview one week after.
Interview with the manager. I prepared well for technical questions according to the job description. The manager was serious, and asked lots of things about diagram, database, call center and so on. "Any data analysis experience?" "Call Center experience?""How do you evaluate the performance of Call Center?"
Some are really hard to me since I do not have any related experience. At the end of the interview, he gave me a brief explanation of job responsibility and told me he still had some candidates waiting to be interviewed, and the work would start next month after he made final choice
I don't think I did well in this one so I kept working as part-time. After 4 weeks I got a call and the manager told me HR would contact me shortly for paper work and I will start next week.
(He gave me two options which were "start working in 2 days" and "start working next week". I said 2 days first then called him back and changed my mind. This was so stupid)
Interview Question – He drew a random diagram and asked "How to report the other party that the change of the diagram would bring what kind of risk". Pretty confused about this one. Answer Question
Engineering Associate New Grad Network Engineering Associate Rotation Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Rogers Communications in February 2011.
Interview Details – 1) Hr called me for an interview. Was told by Hr that it would be a behavior interview and basic interview questions. Also, that my interview would be with 4 managers.
2) Arrived at the interview. Met with three managers and one on the phone.
3) The interview consisted of mostly technical questions which I was not prepared for. Since I was told by hr to prepare for behavior and basic interview questions.
4) I was asked if I had transcripts, again not told by hr either. But I had them on me luckily.
So if you get an interview for this role remember this.
1) Prepare for technical questions
2) Bring your Transcripts
3) Don't believe what HR tells you (Ask alot of questions about what I just mentioned). No Communication between HR and Hiring managers.
Hope this will help anyone applying there. Rogers is a great company but needs to improve on its hiring process and improve communication between hiring managers and HR.
Very Difficult Interview
Technical Support Specialist Interview (Negative Experience; Very Difficult Interview)
The process took a day - interviewed at Rogers Communications in November 2010.
Interview Details – Was called up by a Rogers HR rep for a Technical Support Position for Rogers Home Phone Line. Conversation was short outlining the position and we set a date for an interview with the hiring manager. I arrived at their offices in Brampton the next day and for whatever reason, the manager was either completely stressed out or having a bad day because he was a very unprofessional interviewer. I had a very decent resume and I dare say, was over-qualified as I was a software developer at my previous employer but he didn't appear to show any interest in that. He glanced at my resume and simply asked 'ok talk about yourself'. So i talk about my past work experience and accomplishments but he would mumble 'mkay' after my every sentence, very irritating. After that, he quickly told what the position was and asked if I had any questions. I asked 'is it a new position, if not, what happened the previous employee' to which he replied 'no its not a new position what happened to the other guy, whats that to you? why do you care?' I was shocked. At that point, I knew the interview was a sinking ship so I asked a few more questions to prolong the interview which irritated him but I knew by now this interview was going nowhere.
We shook hands and he left, not even showing the courtesy of walking me back to the front!
In short, simply the worst interview I've ever had. A poor representation of Rogers and its employees. I will never apply to Rogers again.
Interview Question – Ok talk about yourself. View Answer
Network Analyst Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Rogers Communications in April 2010.
Interview Details – Recruiter phoned me regarding a Network analyst position and asked me some behavioral questions. A few days later I was asked to come in for an interview. I came into the interview and it turned out that the position that I was interviewing for was a software development position that would write software for network analysts.
The recruiter sent me to the interview because I had one word in my resume "Scripting". As a network engineer I've learned how to script in a few languages. The recruiter thought the word scripting = hardcore software development.
In the interview, the interviewer looked at my resume, and seemed a bit puzzled. He thought at first he had the wrong candidate. Then after talking for about 2 minutes, we realized that the HR recruiting had no idea how to do their job.
We shook hands, and he apologized for wasting my day.