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Manager Interview (Negative Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I interviewed at Evalueserve in December 2013.
Interview Details – Totally horrendous. Even the interviewer didn't know about his subject. The worst hiring process I have ever come across. This company is full of incompetent people. And the people who are competent they tend to move out.
Interview Question – nothing as such Answer Question
Manager Interview (Neutral Experience)
Interviewed at Evalueserve
Interview Details – The process is quite stringent, but the benchmarks keep moving based on the requirement. They used to have a written test, which was quite interesting and challenging. Once you cleared that you were called for interview. There could be 2-3 levels of interviews which too were quite stimulating.
Interview Question – NA Answer Question
Manager Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
The process took 2 days - interviewed at Evalueserve in April 2012.
Interview Details – The HR was not very prompt in answering emails. Had two rounds of interviews - first round had 2 interviews with group managers and then an interview with AVP. Its a KPO and a well known one but the talent is average here. Also, the first interview with group manager was cordial and the second one was a little stiff. Mostly interested in market sizing type of questions. Gave a good understanding of the role etc. Interview with AVP was more related to experience but not very cordial. For a senior position, it did not seem appropriate. Also they knew they are interviewing an MBA for a manager position and still he went on asking extremely technical questions.
Be prepared to answer technical questions on the concerned domain. Practice market sizing type questions and be ready to negotiate salary a lot. The HR can be very picky when it comes to salary negotiation. Be ready with justifications. Salary is very variable.
Reason for Declining – At the end of interviews, they offered to hire at SBA position at very low salary inspite of a highly valuable skillset including international experience, international MBA and foreign language skills.
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