I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at AOL in December 2012.
Interview Details – 5 rounds of interviews. 45 mins each. Exhausting but interesting. Basic questions about journalism and past experience. Panel interviews were tiring. they test stamina and ability to perform under pressure.
Interview Question –
Why should the current ruling party continue their government for the next 5 years?
If you don't agree, why? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I didn't negotiate, but they are open to negotiation and you can get a salary as good as your negotiation skills. This is something I discovered much later!
Pros: AOL grants its employees access to an invaluable number of resources--from both a culture standpoint as well as professionally. Additionally, it values its people that the company took great care in hiring the best of the best. I found I worked… – Full Review
AOL consumers were shopping, chatting, getting news and information and playing multi-user games online at the dawn of the internet. We were the cornerstone of social media long before anyone knew what a social network… — Full Overview
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