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Human Resources Business Partner Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Coca-Cola Company (Lubbock, TX) in October 2011.
I applied online. Took 2 weeks before the recruiter and I finally made arrangements to set up a phone interview. This position is high level HR. Questions asked were difficult, but apprpropriate for the interview. Received an email 4 days later advising that I was no longer a candidate for the position, which was fine by me. Travel required was too much for me, required 3 days travel, furthest point of travel was 5 hours away from Lubbock. Pay range was $85,0000-$95,000.
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Human Resources Business Partner InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Coca-Cola Company (Lubbock, TX) in March 2011.
Question: Tell me about a time when you contributed to the success of your organization? What did you do and what was the final outcome?
Tell me how you feel that human resources can be a strategic partner with the organizaiton?
Overall, the quesitons were challenging, however, given the significance of the job opportunity, I felt that the questions were a good way to measure a potentially good job fit.
The recruiter was very thorough in terms of explaining the process, outlining the details of the position, and company benefits.
- Tell me about a time when you had to convince your organization that human resources can be a valuable strategic partner. How did you convince the organizaitonal leaders Answer Question
- How do you deal with difficult employees? Give me an example of a siuation, what did you do and what was the final outcome? Answer Question