Interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc.
Interview Details – Phone interview with HR then an onsite interview with your would be supervisor. Easy questions.
Interview Question – All behavior type. Tell me about a time when.... Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Small negotiation. If you have experience you could negotiate to 10.50 per hour.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in April 2009.
Interview Details – The best way is to find out who the hiring manager is and work your way through the back door. The HR folks are pretty inept compares to other companies, especially Fortune 500 companies. Other than entry-level jobs, the best way to get hired here is to find the hiring manager and sell yourself to him/her. Unless you are a diversity candidate, then you will have a difficult time getting through the initial screening process.
Interview Question – The HR recruiter will read the typical "behavior based" interview questions using the five star rating process. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Yes, extra vacation time.
I applied through other source and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in June 2011.
Interview Details – I answered and ad in a legal newspaper, I faxed my resume over and received a call back the same afternoon. I had a hard time connecting with the lady who’d called me, but finally got her on the phone – took 2 weeks. She was nice and thanked me for calling her back. She briefly explained how the interview process would work; being that she would talk to me via phone first. Then asked for a time we could speak freely. The following morning she called me and we spoke about 15 minutes. She asked ‘Why I wanted to work for Coke Enterprises?’ and Salary desired. That was it!! She then said she’d call me to set up a time to interview at a later date. She was nice and personable. I am waiting a call back.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in October 2011.
Interview Details – I received a phone call from the Manager to begin with . I was scheduled for an interview the same week. Since it was an Entry Level position, I was only asked questions from my resume and nothing technical in particular. Since I had previous similar background internship experience, I believe that made their job easier as they were willing to train the students on SAP. The Manager gathered feedback from the interviewers the same day and got back to me in the evening asking me to come for the final interview. During my final interview, I wasn't asked too many questions and was given a verbal offer. After I accepted the verbal offer, I got the official offer letter the same week. Basically I was hired in about 2 weeks and then they asked me to undergo the Drug Test and Background Check.
Negotiation Details – I was able to negotiate because of my previous internship experience.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 6 months - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in October 2012.
Interview Details – Face-to-Face interview
Interview Question – None Answer Question
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in December 2010.
Interview Details – initial communications were clear and quick, the interviewers were very kind, smiling, challenging when needed, good vibes overall. I had a supply chain business case that I had to work on and give a recommendation on it. Although my answer was wrong I have been told they chose me due to the very logical way of thinking and clear and confident communication.
Interview Question – tell me about yourself outside of work Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in February 2011.
Interview Details – I had a great experience interviewing with this company, I just felt my skills were worth more money then they were willing to offer me.
Interview Question – How would you describe a typical day at your work and how did you use your skills to accommodate your customers? Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in August 2010.
Interview Details – Pretty neutral and relax interview process
Interview Question – why do you want to leave the current job? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in April 2012.
Interview Details – The first time I applied I never received a response so I went to school to become a MAA and then worked at a Doctors office for a year. I was unhappy with the job with the job so I began putting in applications again and decided to reapply with Coca-Cola and within a week I received a call. So always remember, just because you don't get a response from the job you want does not mean you were not qualified enough for the job or keep you from trying again at a later date.
Interview Question – What was something you attempted to accomplish at work but failed? That is a difficult question to answer because it forces you to admit to a failure. It's definitely a good idea to think through such possible questions so that you have a good answer that may display a learning opportunity Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation. They told me what the starting pay was and I excepted.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in July 2012.
Interview Details – So I landed this interview mostly because I know some people at the Coca Cola Sales office in Texas who pulled some strings for me in Denver. There was a recruiter who called me and set up an interview time, she kind of asked me some preliminary questions at first to see if I was at least moderately qualified for the job. The whole process happened really quickly for me but only because they needed someone quickly. I had applied to other positions in Coke before and hadn't heard back for months.
The day after I was contacted (which unfortunate timing- was also on my birthday) they scheduled me for an interview in their sales office the next morning. A lot of prep work should be done for these interviews because they are looking for you to respond in the STAR format, aka, 1) present a situation or story 2) describe the action taken and 3) describe the results. The more numbers you can show in your answers the better, this is a sales job. The two ladies I spoke with for my interview were more than personable, they really sold the position to me after I was kind of unsure in the first place. The MDM role is technically an entry level role but it looks like they must have been looking for someone with really solid sales experience because I had a great interview and didn't get the position even after having an in with the company. You will know if you have been selected because they should call you and ask to do a background check on you and then later a drug test must be passed before you can be offered the full time position. Loved it, guess it wasn't the best fit for me at the time.
Interview Question – They asked me about my background and experience with Spanish as a language, the interview is pretty relaxed until they ask you four STAR questions, which I honestly don't remember what they asked me. View Answer
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