I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Dell in October 2013.
Interview Details – I had two interviews, a skills test and an IQ test. The interviewer asked me tell her about myself and she also asked me several technical questions. She was also very itnerested in knowing why I wanted the job and asked me to tell her a funny joke in order to proof my sense of humor
Interview Question – How many paper sheets are there in the US? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Dell in August 2013.
Interview Details –
Got the usual phone interview. Was asked to call on a conference line by the recruiter. I called on the conference line and was waiting but the interviewers directly called me on my cell phone instead (Miscommunication between the recruiter and interviewers).
Two people interviewed me for a total of about half an hour. I got the feeling that the time was less and they wanted to ask a lot of questions about my experience and the different projects that I worked on. I was asked one question and before I can complete the answer, there was another question. Felt like they did not let me answer any question completely. Generally, these kind of details are asked during the on-site interview because there is a lot more time. In my opinion, either the time for the phone screen should be more or two people should take phone interviews separately.
Interview Question – Wanted to ask all different sort of questions in half an hour which was not possible. Answer Question
Pros: Paid well, good benefits and very flexible work options. WFH 2-3 times per week is no issue. Strong market brand. Pretty good group to work for and with. First 2 bosses were great. Inovolved with high level decisions and analysis. – Full Review
The focus in Dell for our team members is very much on creating an environment where every individual can be their best and do their best work in service of our customers. Our philosophy toward people is to "build… — Full Overview
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