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Human Resources Generalist Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Boeing (Tacoma, WA) in July 2015.
Submitted a resume and cover letter online was contacted very shortly and I received an email with a request for a phone interview with the human resources department The phone interview with very structured I also was scheduled for a second interview with the human resources manager but was informed that they went with an internal candidate
- they asked me my philosophy on how I would support my customer and what I felt was important in supporting my customer 1 Answer
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Human Resources Generalist InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Boeing (Seattle, WA).
Behavioral Interview technique which means you use real situations from your past and relate them to the question you're being asked. Be aware that all questions are multi-part - be sure to answer ALL parts of the question. Best advice, 1) LISTEN to multi-part question 2) ask them to REPEAT the question and 3) WRITE DOWN THE QUESTIONS you're being asked so you can be sure you're answering all parts and that you're staying on task with the question.
- None for me, just be sure to have at least 10 real-life scenarios from your history to refer to. 1 Answer
Human Resources Generalist InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Boeing in April 2012.
Great experience! Interviewed with the HM and learned about the role. They ultimately decided to go with another candidate but it was still good to interview and learn more about what was expected. Important to get a good sense of closure and discuss next steps before finishing up. Try to finish on an positive note before heading out. All the questions were in regards to my experience and we went into detail about the requirements and the team dynamics, where I would fit in, etc. You quickly get the sense that its a great company and then its just a matter if you're a good fit for the team/role.
- Tell me more about your experience and how it relates to the job? 1 Answer
Human Resources Generalist InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 2 days – interviewed at Boeing in February 2012.
Internal job requisition that I applied to using Boeing's BESS system. I was contacted with a phone call from the manager and then an email scheduling the date of the face to face interview. However, the face to face couldn't occur so it ended up being a phone interview. 3 interviewers were on the phone call along with myself. A week or so later they asked me to meet with them in person for an informal follow-up meeting.
Yes- this is extremely rare for internal lateral moves in Boeing. I provided extensive justification, not just that I 'felt I deserved more'.
Human Resources Generalist InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Boeing in September 2011.
Structured interview - felt it has gotten pretty "sterilized" with the same set of behavioral/situational questions being asked of candidates. Also was not well briefed on what their process was before arrival so didn't feel as well prepared as I could have been. It's a huge company
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