I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at DayNine Consulting in April 2012.
Interview Details – Recruiter contacted me via LinkedIn. First conversation was to tell me about position - we didn't talk about my backround at all. Mostly them selling me on the company and its culture. They then sent me a couple of assessments. The way it was explained to me was that the assessments helped us both to figure out if it was a good job fit. I am now an employee and the assessments are used in my career plan. After the assessments, I did a face to face interview with the recruiter. Then a skills interview with another consultant over skype (gave me the chance to ask them what it was like to work there). Then a face to face with the hiring manager. So I think three interviews. Last step was me presenting to a camera to the leadership team. This was really cool. I got to meet most of the leadership team over video. So far all is going great. We do work hard -- but the culture is amazing and work / play blend together.
Negotiation Details – I didn't really do this. Shame on me.
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I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at DayNine Consulting in March 2012.
Interview Details – They make you do several interview and then Skype interviews to ultimately say they are looking for someone with more experience you have about 4 interviews just before you even get to the Panel Interview. Complete waste of time.
Interview Question – Tell me an elgibility criteria for a benefit plan you setup in the past. Answer Question
1) Varied Work: You will be doing multiple jobs on many clients all at once. It may be the exact same job, but it will never be the same client to client.
2) Opportunity to Move Positions: DayNine is superb in letting you drive your own career… – Full Review
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