Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Project Manager Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Allstate (Northbrook, IL) in January 2013.
I was contacted by an agent, did the initial interview with him then had 3 other face to face interview each interview had 3-4 interviewers. It was ok i really dont like the process.
there was none
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Allstate in November 2012.
Process started off with simple screening call. Once you pass that stage you're invited to the Allstate campus for an all day event. There's a presentation, the feed you, give you a tour of the home office, then break people down into pairs for the interview.
Very basic questions: Tell me something your most proud off, tell me about a time where you struggled, why Allstate.
Nothing to challenging, just know your Resume and go over the basic interview questions.
- Tell about a time where you failed Answer Question
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The initial communication was via email. Then, a first interview was conducted over the phone. After the phone interview, a superday office interview with 7 different people was conducted. They asked standard behavioral interview questions. They also asked several personl goals and ambitions questions.
- The most difficult question, which was not that difficult, was a business case question that asked how to sell a product to a group that the product was not intend for. Answer Question
Limited negotiation was possible based on my years of experience.
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They asked questions from different categories - such as leadership style - and then they would ask a question from each category such as how to allocate resources or handle a timing crunch. They would (at times) ask for a specific situation in your career that would explain your style.
So you need to listen to the broad category read out and then relate your job experience to a specific question concerning the category. Don't get flustered....take notes if you have to (probably unneeded) and ask for more details if need be.
For example, in the part about allocating resources I did ask for an example to make an abstraction more concrete, so I could answers in terms of the example.
- How do you allocate resources? Answer Question
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The process took a week – interviewed at Allstate in June 2008.
Had a telephone screen with hiring manager. Was called in for a second round with hiring manager and program manager.
Mostly behavioral questions
- Digging deeper and deeper into your stories as if they do not believe you when the experiences are genuine Answer Question
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The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Allstate in March 2007.
pretty standard process:
HR screening, then 2 rounds of interviews with behavioral questions
Allstate has very conservative culture. Things don't change often and if they do not for the better
- Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Answer Question
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