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- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet (Malibu, CA) in December 2014.
Applied online for the position and then the recruiter(also an intern) gives a call and ask basic HR questions and availability. Then I was called onsite at their office in Malibu and interviewed for 1 hour approximately with the hiring manager. After the interview was shown the office space and how the employees work. Few days later some other HR person e-mails and says that I have not been selected.
- 1) Rate yourself on some languages which hiring manager has shortlisted. 2) What is stack, queue, heap, tree? How will you explain these concept to 5 yr old? 3) SQL queries, joins. 4) 2 programming questions - insert elements in array based on some comparison, other I don't remember. 1 Answer
- Accepted Offer
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet (Naperville, IL).
I had 2 in person interviews. The hiring process took 2 weeks. I didn't get my actual offer until about 5 days before my first day of work. The HR was kind of slow.
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet in September 2014.
I submitted an application on a job site for the position which had a particular vertical. My resume clearly showed that I didn't possess that vertical experience but I have been successful in sales for 15 years. I met all the criteria required for the position and there was no mention of vertical experience as a requirement. The day after I applied for the position I received an email from recruiting for an interview. We scheduled the call and from the start it was one of the most vague and open-ended calls - more about trying to trip you up than being helpful; where you would be the luckiest person on earth to work there. And at the end the recruiter informed me that she would refer me to the hiring director who would most likely not pursue due to my lack of vertical experience. My question? Why given what my resume said, would I even be considered? Luckily I had received an offer from another company that afternoon. An hour of my life isn't all that bad but it was a waste of time.
- The first question was - "why don't you start" Answer Question
Helpful (2)No OfferDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet (Short Hills, NJ).
There was a brief phone interview that lasted about half an hour which was followed by an onsite interview with a few members of their team and then a one hour presentation.
- Was asked more business-related questions than I was expecting when applying for a statistics job. Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet (Austin, TX) in July 2014.
I applied through staffing agency. I had phone screen with guy from India and he claim that he is manager and is on vacation. I spoke with him for 1 hour on the phone and he told me that he is impressed with my skills, and then next day I had onsite interview. Onsite interview was located in North Lamar and Airport. 7 people took my interview one after another. Only one guy asked me tough technical interview questions with lady sitting with him. That guy was kind of rude and asked me lots of tough questions. Rest of the 6 guys asked pretty much asked me on what I have done so far in previous company. I have to repeated the same story 6 times for 6 people one after another in interview room. Interview was pretty good. Once the interview was over, I was being the told that they will get in touch with me. It's been 3+ weeks and they have not gotten back to me yet and I saw online on several job sites that they are still looking for same position and posted as new position. Their technical questions were very tough like pretty much mostly Architect based type instead of Senior Software engineer, but yet their pay was below average. I was being told that right candidate will be working all my himself in one project. Project consisted of Sales-force integration with existing web application.
- Define Memento Pattern. Answer Question
- No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet (Tucson, AZ) in May 2014.
Very Smooth Process. They managers asked straight direct questions in reference to my Resume and I answered directly. Once I got to the 3rd interview I felt good my energy seemed to entrigue them so let the know iam here to make money period.
- Very Professional staff made me feel welcome from the first day Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet (Allentown, PA).
Recruiter reached out to me based on an old resume for a position in a different location, after speaking realized I was a better fit for a different (more lucrative position).
- Used STAR method for interviews Answer Question
I was very young, and didn't try to negotiate as it was significantly more than I was making at the time.
- No Offer
Overly involved process with 5 separate interviews. Included a presentation to a group of which only 2 of 5 scheduled attended. Weeks passed and I was advised waiting on final offer to be made. Long story short, instead of offer was advised that a direct contact of a senior manager was chosen at their insistence.
- Going through numerous interviews with essentially the same individual. Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet.
Initial phone interview with an internal recruiter, went well and basic sales questions. Recruiter moved me forward and was supportive throughout the process. Called back for interview in the office. Initial impression was good, seeing large open floor with casually dressed employees. Led to a room to meet with one of the Sales Managers. They gave a brief overview of the position, it was a little rushed. Then left me in the room with a phone for a mock call. Phone rings and I am instantly aking questions and trying to demonstrate knowledge of their preferred approach. Call goes through entire process (with a product overview for reference) and most importantly, asking for the sale and closing. Followed by high level feedback on my style, communication skills and approach. Told they would be in touch and received a call back within the week with a job offer.
- Director of NCA conducted the mock call, the pressure was on immediately and they played a "pleasant but tough" customer, throwing a few curveballs with objections and pushback on price. 1 Answer
Base is set offer, very little room for negotiations. All opportunity for earnings is based on sales performance. Must hit quota and over achieve for bonus potential.
- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet (Los Angeles, CA) in March 2014.
Applied on campus during career fair. Was called for an onsite interview at their office in Malibu. Had only one round asking pretty basic questions on PHP and simple programming and mathematics questions. Was told will be contacted for further rounds after interviewing other candidates, never heard back. After following up when I received a better offer, got a reply that they had found someone whose skills aligned their requirements.
- Had to code in PHP for simple programming questions. If you had all the money you wanted, would you still code? Answer Question
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