Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Senior Manager Interview
I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Honeywell (North Smithfield, RI).
Pretty standard interview process. Initial phone interview with hiring manager. Followed by in-person interview with broader team and hiring manager. Also included was a phone interview with HR due to scheduling reasons. Final step was a 2nd in-person visit to interview with the General Manager of the division.
Overall, I definitely was impressed with the speed of their process compared to other interviews processes I've been through. HR team seems pretty efficient.
- "How do we fix it?" Point blank asked by GM on how to address a dilemma that was brought up by team members during my interview process. 1 Answer
Other Interview Reviews for Honeywell
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Honeywell in January 2013.
jerked around by a third party HR firm that "screens" but they don't really do that, and then HR and then phone and then campus
- It was all a generic "tell me a time _________________" nothing difficult if you prepare. 1 Answer
They underbid the market and comperable jobs by about 20K
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The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Honeywell (Phoenix, AZ) in February 2010.
Quick phone interview followed by 2 group interviews. The people were sharp and interested. Questions were about function fundamentals. In the second round panel, importance of industry or technical knowledge was not important. Ultimately, was left with the impression decision was made early on based on the match of responses to expected answers.
- How would you handle a case where the chance to gain the full benefit of a given opportunity was spread over several years? 1 Answer
Quick description: take it or leave it. If you want to negotiate, be sure to have an alternative lined up as the company employs nuclear negotiation tactics.
Senior Manager InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceAccepted OfferNegative Experience
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Honeywell.
Very long an tedious. Teh President gets involved at the smallest hiring level. I had to interview at least 8 people and get blesed by two presidents that I know of. Not sure why anyone att hat level would get involved in the smallest hiring efforts. Should have taken that warnign flag to heart. It is very micromanagment at Honeywell. Every meeting has about 50 people dialing in.
- The process is very subjective. Behavioral questions based primarily on how you handle a Matrix organization, how you would influence people etc. The key to knowing what you are getting into is to listen to the questions. If they ask you how you would handle laying off employees, it is because that is what they are about to have you do, if they ask you how do you handle influencing people in a matrix organization, that is because that is the biggest problem they have getting people to do work and being accountable. Answer Question
slow They have mnore money than they know what to do with, their margins are HUGE