I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at General Motors in April 2014.
Interview Details – Had an initial interview on campus and then i was told to apply online. Three months later after the on campus interview and applying online, I got contacted for a second online interview. The questions they asked during both interviews were purely behavioral questions while I was expecting technical questions. .
Interview Question – Name one thing you did that was against the general consensus. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – After I accepted the interview, an email was sent with offer/salary details. There wasn't much about negotiating but rather accept the award or you don't.
Interviewed at General Motors
Interview Details – There's a phone interview, then an in person interview.
The in person interview has a few people interview you, including your hiring manager. Don't believe that is your permanent manager; my manager changed after a week, and other IT folk had their manager change only 2 weeks after hire.
Interview Question – They have some weird format they want you to answer in "what did you learn". So be prepared to explain that you learned something in every difficult previous work experience. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I countered, and GM said no.
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at General Motors in November 2013.
Interview Details – Easy going, laid back process. They asked the typical questions of "When have you been faced with a problem and how did you overcome it?"
Reason for Declining – I chose to go to a company where I was going to learn SharePoint Development
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at General Motors in March 2014.
Interview Details – Mostly reviewing your resume and some STAR behavioral questions. Know your experiences and have some good stories to talk about and be detailed. The interviewers were all friendly and easy to talk to. Aside for the normal nervousness, it was very comfortable. To help me with the phone interviews, I had a sticky note of all of my past experiences that I might want to touch on. It helped
Interview Question – Nothing was very difficult, just some unexpected behavioral questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Negotiating is only based on prior experience. They have a flat offer, and then bump for any professional experience you've had. Make sure you make all of your experience clear!
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at General Motors.
Interview Details – Two round interview process that took place over about 3 weeks. The first interview was your basic behavioral questions, held by two recruiter managers. It took about a week to hear back that I received a second round interview. The second was much like the first, which was unexpected. I was expecting a slightly more technical interview, since I was applying for a software development position, but the questions were almost identical to the ones asked during the first round. I received an official offer over the phone about a week later.
Interview Question – Explain a time when you made the wrong decision, but overcame the issues and excelled anyway. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at General Motors.
Interview Details – Met with GM at a university career fair in 2013. After the initial approach I had two interview the next day with the recruiters that were on campus. First one was strictly behavioral and the second one was a mix of behavioral and very easy technical question on programming basics.
Interview Question – They were all very simple question. Like for example: write an algorithm that determines if a word is a palindrome. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Low Offer
Interviewed at General Motors
Interview Details – Initial communication began at university career fair. Was non-aggressively approached by one of the recruiters. Had a wide range of positions and locations available. Offered interview after review of resume. Planned by reviewing basics of company, including stock price, etc. Went through one interview. Very pleasant experience. No technical questions were asked.
Interview Question – Do you prefer to work in a team environment or individually? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at General Motors in January 2014.
Interview Details – From the time I first applied online until I received an offer was about 35 days. Initial screening interview, technical phone interview, on-site interview (two sessions). Interviews are conversational and there isn't much preparation needed. Just know your resume and be able to share situational experience. Rcvd phone offer 4 days later
Interview Question – If you like to do many things like develop and lead and test, they will ask you to choose one. They will also ask you if there is anything that you hate to do. My hate was "write technical documentation" and the interviewer seemed to sympathize with me. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I documented my requests for more base salary and they were all turned down. Basically, they give you a salary figure and you either take it or leave it. They say they will entertain requests, but I felt like they were just saying that because they came back very quickly with "no" to several different scenarios.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at General Motors.
Interview Details – Spoke with a group of developers at a university career fair and gave them a copy of my resume. A few weeks later I received a phone call to set up an in person interview on campus. The interview was a few weeks later. At the time of the actual interview there were little to no technical questions. There were three sections of mostly behavioral questions. Things like how do deal with a person who is a problem in a work situation.
Interview Question – There were no real technical questions. Almost all behavioral questions. How would you react in this or that situation? What is your process when solving new problems? Answer Question
I applied in-person and interviewed at General Motors.
Interview Details – They visited my campus for a career fair. After approaching them, they asked if I had time for a pre-screening interview. I agreed and the pre-screening went in a very generic fashion with HR questions about me working in a team, working with other cultures, biggest challenges, etc. Afterwards, I was asked to stay for another more formal interview. A technical representative then questioned me about my work experience, skill set, technical interests, and asked additional personality assessment questions.
Interview Question – What is biggest risk you have taken and how did it affect your life? Answer Question
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