I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at AHMSI in December 2008.
Interview Details – general questions like introduction, questions for checking english communication, past exp, stability
Interview Question – all questions related to stability View Answer
Negotiation Details – very easy, didn't negotiate
The process took a day - interviewed at AHMSI in May 2012.
Interview Details – I am from IT background. Because of no job at this time i tried my luck in a BPO. I went to AHMSI on 9 th May at around 12pm. The interview process includes two online tests and two - three rounds of personal interview. The first online test includes 50 ques. All were multiple choice. That needs to be done in 12mins with no negative marking. This includes aptitude, english and maths. Second test was for English only. It consists of 50 ques and time alloted was 20mins. Then there were 2-3 rounds of personal interview. One of it checks your communication skills. The other round was with HR. And finally the last round with some operation guy in which your actual salary discussion happens.
Negotiation Details – Being the fresher for this industry i actually didnt negotiate at all.
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took a day - interviewed at AHMSI in April 2012.
Interview Details – Have 7.8 years of Total BPO Experience, Worked in Operations as Unit Manager, Process Trainer in Training Dept with Reputed BPO's like Mphasis, Convergys and Fiserv.
After clearing four rounds with AHMSI, (HR/Appt test) I was informed. I did not clear the Voice & Accent round.
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