I applied through college or university and the process took 5+ weeks - interviewed at Johnson & Johnson in October 2012.
Interview Details – I got the interview through oncampus recruitment. There was an initial interview where I interviewed with a member of the Tax department. It was fairly conversational. Any questions were all behavioral. We clicked and about 3.5 weeks later got a call for super day in Princeton. However, due to Sandy this was postponed and a few weeks later we had the interviews with around 50-60 others in a hotel in Philly. There were team building events, a an assessment test, networking events with other JNJ professionals. it was 2 days long. After that the second day was 3 interviews at the hotel with 3 professionals. It was also behavioral. I was rejected approximately 2 days later by email. The company was quick with that.
Interview Question – Give me a time when you were innovative or improved a process. It wasn't too hard in hindsight but I was thrown off during one of the interviews. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Johnson & Johnson in September 2011.
Interview Details – Had 2 thirty minute interviews. In the first one the interviewer started the interview by asking me to talk about myself for 5 or 10 minutes. After that, she didn't really ask any followup questions. The second interview was also a bit unconventional, the interviewer just went down my resume commenting on my items. There weren't any stereotypical interview questions, though I was told beforehand that they were mostly looking for people that would "fit in" at Johnson & Johnson.
Interview Question – Tell me about yourself. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Johnson & Johnson.
Interview Details – Did a first round interview, a lot of journal entry and financial statement questions
Interview Question – What elements go into manufacturing a pencil? Answer Question
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