Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Entertainment One
- Executive Assistant (2)
- Royalties Accountant (1)
- Outbound Order Coordinator (1)
- Marketing Intern (1)
- Sales Support Coordinator (1)
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I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Entertainment One (Brampton, ON (Canada)) in August 2014.
First interview with 3 people: HR rep, Supervisor, and Manager
Second interview with HR rep and supervisor.
The interviews we not difficult but they ask about 20 questions in each interview (no exaggeration). Be prepared for a lot of questions. The second interview seemed pretty redundant as many of the questions sound like the same ones from the first interview, so try to remember your answers.
There was none.
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I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Entertainment One (London, England (UK)) in May 2013.
Typical standard questions. Nothing out of the ordinary. I was asked many questions of my ability to work with difficult people, long hours etc., and would I mind being available basically 24/7
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no negotiation allowed
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Pretty relaxed and straight forward
- Tell me a time you had to deal with conflict and how you handled it Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Entertainment One (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in September 2010.
Initial job posting was located on the Workopolis Website. Communication was to be directed to Human Resources. After review of my resume, HR contacted for a phone interview, then a 1:1 interview was held at a later date with HR, as well as the hiring manager separately. After the individual interviews an offer was made and presented in an email package for review and negotiation. Correspondence was fast and the start date was adequate to allow a transition out of another role.
- None. Most questions were textbook job interview questions and the role itself was not overly spcific in requirements or technical skills. Answer Question
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I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Entertainment One (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in April 2010.
I applied for a position assisting the CEO of the company. HR called me in for an interview. HR was quite young (a recent graduate), and I felt did not know the responsibilities of the position or nature of the business. I followed up, then received a call several days later to interview with a different executive.
- HR interview questions were very standard. 1-to-1 interview with executive was much more directly related to the role and responsibilities. Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Entertainment One (Brampton, ON (Canada)) in July 2009.
Pretty simple, a friend referred me after I handed in a resume to work in the Customer Service department. Had an interview and it was literally just a meet and greet, I honestly don't think I was asked one question, just small talk. However all 3 of my references were checked, seems like that's the only thing that particular supervisor is worried about.
- Really just small talk... was hired in 2006 so mentioned the World Cup and she asked me about my favourite player. Answer Question
CSR started at $29,000
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