I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at Insight Global.
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I was first contacted by the company through LinkedIn and asked if I would like to participate in a phone interview. The phone interview was relatively easy, and more to convince me to go into the office for an in person interview. My first in-person interview went awesome (or so I thought). I talked with a manager of that office and one of their senior account managers for about an hour and a half, it was relatively informal and conversational. The second in-person interview was almost 2 1/2 hours long, and incredibly draining. I walked out of their knowing I fumbled some of my answers because I was a little overwhelmed with all of the information I was given and being grilled for so long. I talked to 4 people in the company, was introduced to the entire office (the entire office got up to shake my hand= overwhelming), and I went to coffee with the other manager of the office. My third in-person interview was a "happy hour" where we went to a restaurant and talked for an hour. I was given a call a week later, and told I didn't get the job...
The women who had been in contact with me from the company throughout the interview process to set up the interviews told me she would try to get me some concrete information as to why I wasn't hired because she didn't know. According to her, she had heard positive things from the office managers about me.
All I know is that I feel slapped in the face for spending so much time on my days off going through this process. Good luck to anyone going through it...be prepared to be let down.
Interview Question – Why I would want to be a part of their company Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Insight Global in December 2013.
Interview Details – Made you feel super important in the first interview and in the second…the women I spoke to were so rude. I was told before had to ask about them and seem interested in them--it made the interview feel like I was the interviewer. They asked me zero questions and were completely disconnected from what was happening.
Interview Question – They asked me nothing. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Insight Global in November 2013.
Interview Details – I had an initial interview at my college campus. Was then directed to interview at their D.C. office. The interview was about a half hour and was all basic question about goals and leadership and past experiences.
Interview Question – Not too many questions, more of them talking to you about the job so you only really asked follow up questions. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Insight Global in November 2013.
Interview Details – There are a few steps, normally a phone screen, short conversational interview and then if you make it past these steps a final interview at their office.
Interview Question – None really, all related to your experience Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Insight Global.
Interview Details – I applied online through my school's career website and got an on-campus interview. It was very conversational and she told me that I should go to their second on-site interview in Chicago. They did not offer to pay for my travel. Once I was there, I was interview by three separate people, one after the other. They all asked me the same questions, which was very odd and none of the questions were tough. They just asked why I wanted to do sales and asked about my experience. I was then sent on my way after about 30 minutes and was told I did not get the position. I don't think it was the right job for me because everyone who interviewed me referenced sororities and "Greek life" and they talked a little about drinking, which seemed really unprofessional.
Interview Question – None were difficult (why do you like sales?) Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Insight Global in November 2013.
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They were very persistent on getting me in the office, even though I stated that I had various obligations.
Went for the interview. It went well. I met everyone in the office. However, I still didn't understand the job role, even after the interview.
I didn't take the second interview because I was offered another position just days after my interview.
Interviewed at Insight Global
Interview Details – After graduation, I was contacted by an Insight Global recruiter. They made it seem as if what they had heard about me and knew about me by contacting fellow college alumni that I was the perfect fit for the job. I went out of my way twice to the office headquarters (traveling over 3 hours with money out of my own wallet) for the interview. Did not get the job offer and ended up finding out several other college classmates had done the same interview process with them, including the same places for lunch etc. and some even went on as many as four interviews traveling on their own time and money. Really made the job seem less special. Basically they take the whole pool of inexperienced graduates they can find then pick and choose as they want. All together, wasn't the right company for me.
Interview Question – Name a time when you were faced with a difficult obstacle and how you overcame it and achieved success Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Insight Global in November 2013.
Interview Details – I was interviewed over the phone first then was invited in for an in-person interview. I met with 5 people who all work in the office. They then invited me into their office to formally meet everyone else. I was then offered a second lunch interview where I met with 4 more current employees. I was offered the job shortly thereafter.
Interview Question – The most difficult question for me is definitely what I want to do in my future because I am still somewhat unsure. Answer Question
Interviewed at Insight Global
Interview Details – The process is very rigorous. You will have at least two, probably three, interviews with the sales manager, account managers, and potential the regional manager. Make sure you come prepared and energetic. Remember, you are interviewing for an account manager job, they would like to see your personality.
Interview Question – Tell me about you most difficult life experience and what you did to overcome it. Answer Question
Pros: I had a greta experience with Insight Global. My recruiter, Stephanie Rosen is very professional and found the right project for me. The company staff work at a very fast pace, and the whole process of contacting me, arranging the interview and… – Full Review
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