Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Phone interview first, this was pretty casual, covered what was on my resume. Interviewed with a couple people, very scripted not much discussion. Very behavior based questions, give me an example of a time when... You never heard from the people you interviewed with again, since they weren't in HR they were accounting managers.
- Give me an example of a time when you didn't get a long with a coworker. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for CBRE
Accountant InterviewAccepted Offer
The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at CBRE.
I had a phone interview with HR first that went about 30 minutes long. They had several behavioral questions as well as the questions from resume. I then got a second interview with the Accounting Manager and the Controller. The second round of interview was very easy and they talked more than I did.
Accountant InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at CBRE.
The initial interview process starts with a phone interview, followed by 2 in the office interviews. There will be general accounting questions in the phone interview and computerized tests in the in office interview. Excel, word, etc.
- Basic "STAR" interview question process. Not really any difficult questions. 1 Answer
They made an offer, I countered with an added $2,000 on top of what they offered, referred to my experience, education, etc. they agreed.
Accountant InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at CBRE (Bloomington, MN) in August 2012.
The hiring process consisted of a phone interview, in person with 2 managers. Questions were basic accounting questions and debit and credit questions. How would you handle conflict or challenges. Accounting test afterwards took 1 hour. I feel this test was good because knowing everyone is capable of accounting after hired. Too many people lie on resumes nowadays and testing weeds these types out. After 1 week after the initial in person, I was called and offered the position - then background checks.
- What do you do with retained earnings at month end? Answer Question
Negotiations are important at this company. Worth trying. It worked for me.
Accountant InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at CBRE (Memphis, TN) in December 2010.
The interview process was relatively quick and professional. The intitial phone call was received that my resume was being considered for interview. I did not receive a call back for that position. I received another call approximately 2 weeks later concerning an interview for another postion within the company and was contacted in 2 days to schedule the interview. The interview was conducted within 2 weeks and I received the offer 2 weeks later. I started the new career 2 1/2 later. The interview was well rounded and comfortable. The questions were professional and insightful. There was also an opportunity to ask the interviewer questions concerning the position and the company. I was also given a compentancy and skills test at the same time. I left the interview feeling confident and relaxed. The office personnel seemed to be working but not frustrated and the office environment seemed modern and efficient.
- Do you have any questions for us? 1 Answer
There was no need to negotiate because the offer was fair.
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