I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications.
Interview Details – I was referred to by a friend that said they had an opening in the marketing department. Had a 30 minute phone interview followed by an in-person interview onsite to meet the marketing manager. Waited for a week then was given an offer via email for a 1 year contract.
Interview Question – What made you decide to go with Marketing as your major and how has that helped you get to where you want to go professionally? Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications in November 2012.
Interview Details – Long. Many levels. Same Questions over and over. Most didn't write down any of my responses
Interview Question – If you weren't interviewing for this job, what other job would you be interviewing for? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Quick. One counter and that was it.
The process took 5 months - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications in January 2012.
Interview Details – Received voice message from hiring manager. Called back and spoke for one hour. Then waited a few weeks for more telephone interviews. Then waited. And waited. And hen a few months later was brought in for face to face interviews woth team of four people, each one a seperate 30-minute interview. Then asked for references. Then offer was made and we negotiated, but not much room on salary.
Reason for Declining – Turned down offer due to more compelling offer from another company.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications in August 2010.
Interview Details – Excellent introduction and discussion, had all of the expereince and knowledge. Decided to to with a competitors employee to gain marekt intel.
Interview Question – Why would you leave your own business where you have the final say. View Answer
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications in February 2010.
Interview Details – Called by recruiter. Screened by manager. No offer because of last minute hiring freeze.
Interview Question – How have you failed in the past? Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications in July 2013.
Interview Details – Prior work experience was the key to bag the role. The interviewer is looking at your ability to handle challenges w.r.t customer issues. Technical soundness is key here coupled with people management.
Interview Question – technical know how of the most challenging problem faced and the solution given. Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications in March 2013.
Interview Details – Received posting from an agency, the actual posting wasn't reflective of the job requirements and I found this out upon interviewing. The interviewing location was in their Markham, Ontario offices. Only one manager interviewed me and he met me in the lobby of the building, having quickly rushed back from a car appointment. He wasn't dressed professionally, didn't speak professionally and the interview was held in some vacant boardroom that looked like it hadn't been used for quite some time (ie. empty shelves, dust, loose cables, etc).
Interview Question – He asked me what I am doing currently, I explained. Then he asked me if I had experience in graphic work, and I said, yes. Then there was moment of silence and he asked me if I had any more questions. He was not prepared for my arrival, nor was he prepared to ask relevant and meaningful questions. Surprisingly, the interview lasted an hour, only because I drove most of the time. Most ridiculous interview ever. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications in January 2013.
Interview Details –
There is a lot of competition, at least in Saint John, to get into a position at Genesys so only those with top notch relevant experience and resumes will likely interview.
The interview for me consisted of the local V.P, Director and my soon to be Manager. The questions were standard, but the process was laid-back. (To me it seemed that they liked the resume and wanted to ensure I would get along well with the rest of the team).
Of course, as always, make sure you know some specifics on the companies products / market when you enter the interview. You will be asked what you know.
Interview Question – The usuals, Why are you leaving your old job? What are your flaws in the workplace? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – The salary presented to me at the time was fair, especially for Saint John. If you prove yourself and are willing to look for new opportunities within the company, they are fair in adjusting compensation to suit the new job.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications in July 2012.
Interview Details –
Submitted resume online for different job and not contacted
5 months later contacted by HR indicating my resume had popped up for a different position
Phone interview with hiring manager
1-1 interview with hiring manager and 4 colleagues
References checked and job offer made within a week of 1-1 interview
Considerate of my personal issues requiring a later start date than they wanted
Interview Question – Refreshing that they spent more time selling the company than "buying" me. Much nicer than the brush off of start-ups in the Valley Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at Genesys Telecommunications in April 2012.
Interview Details –
the first round consisted of about 20 mins - basic aptitude questions (mathematics, english, logical reasoning) - there were 2 batches each of 15 people.
the second round was a technical interview - 2 panel member, as i was interviewing for Software QA Engineer my questions were very specific to QA - explain methodologies, different models, OSI network layers, efficiency of different testing models, asked me to write test cases/scenarios for any arbitrary scenario. one weird questions (at least it seemed at that moment) - explain the OSI models in real-time on a laptop; here the trick is to explain TCP/IP, network protocols and application and presentation layers.
there were a lot of logical puzzles to be solved.
third round was a senior managers round - 2 panel interview. again logical puzzles, entire work profile (where i was working earlier), what makes me look for other opportunities, growth expected - one main question - are you willing to work in Chennai (INDIA) for the next 2 years.
fourth round - HR process, nothing very grilling - basic questions about background, educational details, what do i expect of this company, willing to work in Chennai (again asked).
after 20 days i got the offer and accepted it.
Interview Question – explain OSI layer in real-time on a Laptop with each layer's working/advantages/reason View Answer
Negotiation Details – no negotiations as i joined when i was only 8 months experienced in another job.
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