Interviewed at IRI
Interview Details – HR is very bureaucratic but interview process is decent. getting reimbursement for travel can be painful. may have to go through multiple rounds of interviews (as many as 4 different interviewers) on the same day and can be really annoying to answer the same questions over and over again to 4 different people on the same day.
Interview Question – excel test in same cases Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at IRI.
Interview Details – I was contacted by HR, and had 2 phone interviews. I then had a full day series of interviews at the company site, with 6 different team members. The interviews were pretty intimidating since they were a panel of interviewers, but I don't think they're always like that.
Interview Question – I was asked some technical questions about excel & Access. In addition, it helps to know the CPG and retail industry a bit so you're familiar with the terminology used at IRI. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at IRI in August 2008.
Interview Details – There was a phone interview with HR. Then I went in to meet with the hiring manager and some people from the team. The whole interview sessions took about 4 hours. I had a good idea of the outcome after I left that day. I was asked the typical interview questions.
Interviewed at IRI
Interview Details – First is HR, waiting for the phone interview
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