I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Intuit.
Interview Details – Once you get contacted by a recruiter, you'll be asked to take a two part test, multiple choice test. One will test your tax knowledge and the other is to test you basic English skills. The tax one was kinda tough, you get asked some question that make you research and it's a timed test. Nothing to hard to look up, but make sure that you have your tax references ready. The English test was not hard, and if you're worried about pick up a basic grammar book- most questions will be covered in the book. Best part about the test- you know immediately after you finish both parts if you are qualified to move to the phone interview.
Interview Question – There are role play scenario's during the interview. You may be asked a tax question that you are not sure about. Once again if your tax resources in front of you. Don't panic, bluff your way through by asking basic questions and make small talk about the situation until you find the answer. The interviewer knows that you may need to do a little research and they will give you time. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Intuit in January 2013.
Interview Details – Initial behavioral screening round then technical round
Interview Question – Given all the resources and time in the world what will you develop, please note you need to be innovative? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Intuit in September 2009.
Interview Details – Met with HR, answered some questions. Took a mock phone sales call after previewing notes for 15 minutes. Had to accomplish certain specific goals like, " asking for the sale and credit card". Next had a face to face with a team supervisor. Had to mock sell supervisor.
Interview Question – What was the most difficult sale I've had. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Non existent. , take it or leave it
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Intuit in February 2013.
Interview Details –
This review includes 1 current and 1 prior interview (which occurred a few months ago). Same general experience that lacked professionalism and showed zero lack of respect for my time.
The first interview, many months ago, consisted of talking with 3 levels of recruiters (phone), the hiring manager (phone), 2 team members (phone), 2 team members (onsite), waiting a month to learn that an internal employee took the position. Why was it still open to internal employees at that point? To me, that shows a complete lack of respect for my time.
The recent interview: I was supposed to be there at 9:45 for the setup of an interview that would last all day. I was early. The person that was supposed to meet me and help me setup never showed. When the interview finally started, one person (apparently the prima donna of the group) dominated the conversation and asked me the same question 3 times and, because my thinking was different than hers, she stood up and walked out of the meeting. Don't read anything into that. I was calm and professional in my answer. She just disagreed or didn't like my personal approach. But, to get up and walk out during an interview is childish, unprofessional, and pathetic.
Needless to say, Intuit is off my radar forever. If this level of drama, overblown egos, and lack of professionalism is the norm - and what I would experience on the job day to day - no amount of money is worth this.
Interview Question – They asked my approach to navigation design - related to other ways I might design an example from my portfolio. View Answer
I applied through college or university and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Intuit in November 2012.
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Intuit recruits at my campus so I applied at our career fair. I had two on campus interviews, 30 mins each. One was a very traditional behavioral interview, "Tell me a time...". The other was a case study, they read me a short scenario, gave me five-ten minutes to think, then asked me to talk through my though process.
Next they flew me out to HQ for an "Open House" which consisted of three interviews and a day of activities/interactions with employees. I believe you are being pretty thoroughly evaluated all day. The interviews were almost identical to the on campus ones, two behavioral, one case.
Overall it was a pleasant and quick interview process, good people, great company.
Interview Question – The cases were the most difficult, they weren't all that in depth, but you could tell they expected a lot out of your answers. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Intuit in November 2009.
Interview Details – Wonderful process at Intuit that included 2 rounds of interviews with C-level executives. Very warm interviews where the number one goal was "get to know me" and "make sure I am a good fit for the org"
Interview Question – Name a time when you worked on a task with other team members and had challenges. What were those challenges and hoe did you overcome them? View Answer
Negotiation Details – non-negotiable salary. Advice for others: it's a great place to work with great people and training is extensive and at a good pace. Sales aptitude is required so if you are uncomfortable with phone sales/consulting it is not the right place for you.
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Intuit in February 2013.
Interview Details – Completed detailed application online. Received an email within 2 days to set up initial screening interview. One on one telephone screening interview wanted to verify I had minimum qualifications and was willing to work nights and weekends for $18-$19/hour for remainder of tax season. Since tax season already started, bonus at end of season was up to $2,500 and if I didn't start in next week, would decrease to $1,000. After completing initial phone screening was sent a link to an online two part test. Part one tested my ability to research and answer relatively complex tax questions. Part two tested basic written grammar and communication skills. Test was timed - 1 hour for tax skills and 20 minutes for grammar skills. Next interview was another one on one phone interview and ran through some sample questions and tested ability to think on my feet, communication skills, and customer service attitude. Once passed this test was given an offer and wanted me to start within days after background checks and paperwork completed.
Interview Question – I was not prepared to be asked to work nights and weekends. They were only looking to fill shift work. It makes perfect sense that individuals prepare their taxes when they aren't working so call volumes would be highest during nights and weekends, but ads did not provide any indication that they were looking for night and weekend help. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Decided that all night and weekend shifts were not for me.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Intuit in February 2013.
Interview Details –
Had on campus interview screening. Liked the hiring process. Asked very basic questions.
Then was called for an interview. Interview went well. I screwed up in some plcaes but it went well
Interview Question – Given an array of 1000 element, how will you find the element repeated twice in O(n) complexity View Answer
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Intuit.
Interview Details – Took 5 rounds of interviews. 2 in October and 3 in January. the 1st and last were technical with the last one being quite conceptual. All interviews were phone interviews.
Interview Question – What concepts you don't like about Java? and why? Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Intuit in October 2012.
Interview Details – two phone interview, one is for technical, one is for behavior. The technical question is easy , just some basic questions about java and one simple algorithm problem. The behavior question is a little difficult and weird. Java question is very basic concept question and the algorithm question is also very easy one.
Interview Question – The behavior question is weird Answer Question
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