I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Ipsos.
Interview Details – Emailed by HR to be contacted for initial overview. Set up a time and person spoke briefly about the position and company. She then told me I would be contacted with a hiring manager for a phone interview. She initially did not get back to me and was terrible at answering emails. Finally got a phone interview over a week later. After that I was not contacted for over a MONTH. sent several emails regarding to interview, not one was answered.
Interview Question – Easy initial interview spoke about previous experience, why marketing industry, why this position... etc simple questions. View Answer
I applied in-person and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Ipsos in November 2011.
Interview Details –
Very informal. You will be asked to meeting with at least 2 people (3 maximum) on different occasion.
You will likely first meet with the MD who will tell you about the company in general, and gauage your "fit" with the company. Even though the talk seems to be very informat, he has very keen eye, and likely to see whehter you will fit with the organization.
If you pass, you will meet with your "next boss" who likely to be Research Director, and he/ she will interview you whehter you suit the position in his/ her team. You might meet with your "future colleague". and that should be all the process
Negotiation Details – They tend to give you the fair price. So not much room too negotiate after that. Maybe you get a bit more, but that's it.
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