Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Cleveland, OH) in December 2014.
Most fun I've ever had in an interview. There was a large group of people interviewing at one time. There was a panel of interviewers asking lots of questions and giving various scenarios. The interview process took a few hours.
- Tell us who you would be if you were a famous person. Answer Question
Helpful (1)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Cleveland, OH) in February 2012.
It started off with a phone interview. The next phase was insane. Think the begininng episodes of American Idol. You are gathered in a large group and essentially audition for 6 hours. Some people got through because the two words they were able to say sounded happy. Next, you take a math test (just addition and subtraction). This was followed up by one on one interviews. After they made you an offer you had to pass a drug test done through a hair test.
- if you were a ball, what kind of ball would you be and why? 1 Answer
No negotiation. It was a take it or leave it situation.
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Cleveland, OH) in February 2012.
phone interview, group/panel interview, strange and unique questions.
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 1 day – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Cleveland, OH) in January 2012.
Received screening interview, and was given time/place. Signed in and was assigned a group. Group was taken into a room where we sat in a large circle. We heard a brief background of each of the interviewers, then we were told to talk to the person next to us, find out a fun fact, and then introduce that person to the room of about 45 people. After that we were told to think of one thing we did at work to make it more fun. Then the three interviewers went out of the room for about five minutes, came back in and called for a group of people to form a line, then leave the room. The people that were left behind were told that they were no longer needed. I stayed after that and asked what they were looking for when we while we were all in the room. I was told that Caesars was looking for bright, energetic and fun personalities. How they could ascertain ones personality after talking for 30 seconds about the person next to you is beyond me. Especially since one of the people in the lead group had only been working for Caesars for six days. But, I will re-apply since I have been repeatedly described as very personable!!!
- Never made it to a one on one interview. That would have been more beneficial to me. Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Cleveland, OH) in October 2011.
The process was a group panel interview. There was a room filled with people and your goal was to impress the panel. After they extracted the people who did not make it we did a walk through of table games tables and got to touch play chips and cards. Little did we know, Leadership was watching and they weeded out a few more who weren't paying attention. This is where we took a math test. After that we had our one on one interviews.
- What was the greatest moment of your life? This was hard because the standard answer is "The day my child was born" or "The day I met my spouse". So it was hard to pick something creative on the fly. 1 Answer
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