Interviewed at Gallup
Interview Details – Telephone interview was interesting. They are geared to make you answer the questions quickly. Be prepared to have examples ready when they ask you to elaborate more on certain questions.
Interview Question –
Can you keep secrets?
How do you feel when you wake up in the morning?
On a scale from 1-5, how assertive are you?
Do you show up early to work? Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Gallup.
Interview Details – Very strange first interview conducted like a structured research interview, the interview could not respond to any questions or comments, and the whole thing was recorded. Now, even if I apply for other positions, my same application and recording are used to evaluate me. It's like they assume you wouldn't tailor the interview/application to the position.
Interview Question – N/A none of the questions were hard or strange, only the format and the fact that once you've interviewed for one position, you cannot interview again for any others. Answer Question
I applied through college or university - interviewed at Gallup in May 2013.
Interview Details – first HR interview, with two technical round interviews
Interview Question – interview mostly comprised of basic programing questions Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Gallup in May 2013.
Interview Details –
I have applied to Gallup's Business analyst position located in Irvine, CA. They contacted me the next day to schedule a 45 minute phone interview. During the interview the person asked me many questions on personality, behavior, past experiences, and etc. The person said that she can only repeat the question but can not answer any questions. I was surprised at the questions because of the fact that I am an Industrial Engineer and they were asking me about marketing such as "Would you rather have many small clients or few big ones?". I mostly answered as neutral and risk minimizing as I could think of right at the top of my head. The questions were tough especially for me, someone who was fresh out of college and had no full time work experience.
I thought they concentrated too much on the personality test and totally disregarded what I could bring to the table at Gallup.
Interview Question – Was there a time where you motivated people to fight for your cause. How did you do it. View Answer
I applied through college or university and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Gallup in May 2013.
Interview Details –
Gave resume through career fair.
Phone interview after the initial assessments exam.
Typical interview questions about situations wherein you have succeeded and such.
Questions were asked about interaction with co-workers.
I have no industrial experience so all my answers were based on experiences in Grad school part time job.
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Gallup.
Interview Details – Went thru 2 phone interviews and fly back interview. The whole process took more than 4 months. Then they didn't even call to deliver the final decision. I had to follow up a few times and got rejected in the last call I made. Really unprofessional company.
Interview Question – What do you think about pay-per-performance? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Gallup in April 2013.
Interview Details – Multiple questions framed differently which are asked one after the other.
Interview Question – What is the best gift you gave a friend? View Answer
I applied through college or university - interviewed at Gallup in April 2013.
Interview Details – Had a first round interview over the phone. Never heard back one way or the other regarding second round.
Interview Question – How much is a lot of money? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Gallup in April 2013.
Interview Details – First complete an online assessment. If you pass that then you are scheduled for a phone interview. The phone interview is intense and Gallup is looking for your immediate reaction so be ready literally for 100 questions you answer quickly. I went through two of these interviews which I believe were at least an hour. I actually enjoyed the process. I must have done OK because I was asked to come onsite. The onsite process was very informal for me which surprised me based on the structure of the phone interviews. Seemed the hiring manager had me pegged within first 5 minutes of what I could be a fit for and what I would not be a fit for.
Interview Question – The questions that said are you more like this or this....content or X Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Gallup.
Interview Details –
I was set up for a 40 minute phone interview by a professional recruiter. It was quick-fire type of questions that were more behavior based than skills or knowledge about the company. Some of examples were:
- How do you feel when you wake up in the morning?
- How would your friends describe you as?
- What are your weaknesses?
- Do you lie?
- Describe a time on how you had to deal with confidential information without giving away any confidential information.
- Do you like to be the best?
- Do you lead or do you follow?
- What is better? A team leader or a team member?
Interview Question – Do you like to learn a lot about a little or little about a lot? Answer Question
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