Very Difficult Interview
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Asurion in November 2013.
Interview Details –
I applied online and was notified the same day that i was selected to move to the next process. 2 days later i had a phone interview it back back to back behavior questions, lucky for me I studied interview questions and answers. After the phone interview i was told i passed the interview and watch out for an email for next steps. 2 days later i got an email to attend orientation which explained the job. After that its paperwork and more paperwork that is all time sensitive. You also have to take a drug test and get a I9 notarized.
You will also have IT meetings to make sure your computer and equipments meets the requirements. You have to work evening and weekends. They have full 8hr shifts and 2/4hr shifts. Training is 10-7pm ESt and $9.50hr.
Interview Question – Everything Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None
I applied online - interviewed at Asurion in November 2013.
Interview Details – I filled out the application online, was contacted within 24 hours. Had a phone interview 4 days later that lasted about an hour. You then have a technical call to test your phone line and to make sure your computer meets their minimum requirements. There will be several paperwork items that need to be signed and scanned or faxed back. You will also have to go and get a drug test locally. About a week before training, you will have your final technical meeting to make sure everything is still "good" and they will install the software on your computer needed for the training and position.
Interview Question – They were all difficult situational/behavioral questions. Followed the STAR format. Thankfully I prepared by reading "101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions" by Ron Fry so I was prepared with examples. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There is no negotiation for anything. You will work weekends and you will only get paid the $9.50 an hour. However, they said there was room for advancement and opportunities for raises and bonuses.
I applied online and the process took 2+ months - interviewed at Asurion in October 2013.
Interview Details – The interview process is very long. A candidate may have 5+ formal or informal interviews either in person or over the phone. Field jobs may have interviews in cities where the Directors are based out of. Asurion pays for the flights. Having industry experience is a plus. Contacts in the industry or with a specific client are a bonus. Asurion prefers Regional Account Managers have had prior retail sales experience preferably at the District Manager level or higher.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Asurion in October 2013.
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I found the opportunity through my business school career services so I was able to contact the hiring manager directly. We spoke briefly over the phone and he indicated I'd be the last one they'd look at. Two days later HR called to set up an in-person interview, which required travel (flight and hotel) accommodations. They wanted me to provide 10 references as soon as possible, but due to the compressed time frame, I was not able to.
I met with 5 or 6 people that the position would interact with from several different departments over the course of 3 hours. A couple of the interviewers said that I'd have no problem handling the work, even though I had never had a similar job before. At the completion of the interviews they said that a decision would be made by the end of the week.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work in corporate real estate rather than real estate private equity? Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Asurion in September 2013.
Interview Details – Phone interview. Questions about threads, Servlets, Sessions, Spring, HTTP, basic statistics. Was invited to an onsite interview but declined.
Interview Question – Thread questiions Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Asurion in September 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online for a developer position. I was asked whether I would be interested in a QA position and I said okay. There one technical phone interview followed by a Onsite interview which had 4 1v1 interviews. In the technical phone screen I was asked to write some code I dont remember the question exactly It wasnt tricky It was fairly straight forward. The onsite first interview was Programming reversing each word in a String. The second interview was more on my previous work experience. The third interview he asked me to write prime numbers till n problem and Quick Sort. The fourth interview I was asked to Reverse Linked List and Some standard questions on collections
Interview Question –
1. Reverse words in a String (did it using a temp stack)
2. Primenos - Eulers approach
3. Quick Sort -> This is where i messed up forgot what quick sort was and the interviewer did not tell me that I am using wrong sorting algorithm. I figured it out after getting a reject and backtracing what went wrong
4. Reverse a String (Java using StringBuilder)
5. Reverse a LL Answer Question
Very Difficult Interview
I applied through other source and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Asurion in September 2013.
Interview Details – First is a phone screening, then is a 4 hour interview process with the most intense questions you could ever find.
Interview Question – None of them are difficult the problem is the ask you the same question with a different word order from different people. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Really easy and smooth.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Asurion in September 2013.
Interview Details – Exhaustive interview process, but very fair and balanced. Negotiation with HR was hardball. The interview lasted 7 hours with about 7 different pairs or people from various teams.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Asurion.
Interview Details – Initial communications and interview process went well. It was very professional. I had 4 phone screens than a panel interview onsite. Most of the interviewers used a interviewing tool (document) to ask behavioral questions. Nothing to difficult, mostly around people management skills. I left the interview feeling good about it. That is where it got strange and unprofessional. I had to follow up with numerous email and phone calls to get an update. Nothing. When I did get a hold of someone, I was told they will get back to me. Nothing. It has been over a month now with no update. If the answer is No offer than this is fine, as I already moved on but it is shame when this behavior occurs (unfortunately I heard about this happening to folks in the current job market) and now I can say I experienced it as well: just follow up to keep the candidate informed of what is going on with the opportunity!
Interview Question – Nothing difficult. Fairly standard behavioral type questions that would pertain to the role. Answer Question
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