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GE Human Resources Internship Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Apr 22, 2014
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Human Resources Internship
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I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at GE in November 2012.

Interview Details – Initial interview on campus, invited for 2nd-round. 1st and 2nd round were behavioral, mundane "What would you do if an employee did not want to follow an assignment you gave to him/her?" or "Why G.E., why OUR division...? SOOOO, tell me about yourself. Who ARE you?" Paired interviewers for 2nd round: Odd pairing of two employees at one interview in which one employee twice challenged questioning by the other. Awkward.

Interview Question – What would you do if you had an attendance problem because a bunch of employees made sure that they used all of their two weeks of sick leave every year, and their family maternity leave, and it cost the company $1,000 per employee per every two weeks for those who used the benefit? So, you're paying-out this money, but getting no production back for the company. How do you get people to show up for work instead of using their sick leave?   Answer Question


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Human Resources Internship Interview

Human Resources Internship

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Interview Details – Telephone interview: Questions related to interest in HR and the company. No unexpected question, just basic competency ones.

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