The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Hilton Worldwide in September 2013.
Interview Details – There is the initial phone interview followed by an on site interview. Pretty standard questions on both. There is a test. You are asked various scenarios where you read the issue outloud and then preform some minimal calculations. Fairly straight forward
Interview Question – Typical questions.. decscribe your work experience, what was the hardest or most challenging issue you faced etc. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Hilton Worldwide in March 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online and approximately 2 weeks later I had received an e-mail asking me to complete an online video "interview." I had 3 days to complete this. I discovered I wouldn't be speaking with a Hilton representative or anyone else for that matter; I had to record myself reading and answering 14 questions. A few days later I received an e-mail stating I had moved onto the next round: a short telephone interview. At the end of that interview, I was told I would interview with the "hiring manager" over the telephone and that it would be a situational interview. That interview occurred exactly 1 week later and involved 3 different people. It lasted for approximately 30 minutes. Later that day, I received a phone call stating I had made it through to the fourth and final round: a writing sample. I had to take a position on a business issue and argue my point of view. I received a call approximately 3 business days later with a job offer. In total, the process took less than 1 month and was straightforward. Everyone I spoke with was nice and helpful.
Interview Question – The situational interview will be almost impossible unless you have significant knowledge of hotel revenue management (ie. taken a few courses on it or have years of experience) Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no salary negotiation. I was asked during the first telephone interview what I thought the position paid and was told it was higher than what I thought. The offer was a pleasant surprise.
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Hilton Worldwide in February 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online and after completing standard application was given a link to complete a personality assessment. I received a phone call about a week later to schedule a phone interview. There was a two-week lag time between my phone interview and in-person interview. I interviewed in person, then was told it'd be about a week before I'd get a response. I got a response and was asked to submit a writing sample before I could move forward.
Interview Question – This was a situational interview and you are asked to bring a calculator. You will be asked to read a series of question out loud and to walk the interviewers through how you'd solve it. You'll be asked about pricing strategies, setting rates, what data you'd use to make recommendations on rates. You'll also be asked to compute average daily rate, revPAR, and be asked to look at occupancy & ADR to determine how much revenue the hotel is bringing in. You'll also be asked whether or not this is a good figure for a hotel. Answer Question
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