I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in April 2012.
Interview Details – The interview process is very structured. Asks a lot of great questions. I feel there were no curve balls.
Interview Question – All of the questions seemed valid and reasonable. Its always difficult to answer questions about "tough decisions you've had to make" or "difficult office relationships" without divulging too much info. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in April 2013.
Interview Details – I received an email from the Controller to meet with a Accounting Manager. Followed by another round of interview with two more people. Interview lasted 30 minutes each. They want to know if you have the right personality to fit into the office along with your knowledge.
Interview Question – Describe your dream job? Answer Question
Interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle
Interview Details – After a very long and seemingly pleasant phone interview, I was called in for a marathon day of interviews. most of them appeared to be solid. one individual did not appear to be on board and I was ultimately not offered a position.
Interview Question – Was asked by the client, why I was interested in a job that I was clearly overqualified for. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in March 2013.
Interview Details – I was first contacted through e-mail by a corporate recruiter, asking if I am still interested in a new opportunity. We agreed on a 30 minute time slot 3 days later, during which we further discussed the company, the role, and future career goals. Corporate recruiter offered me an in person interview at the end of the phone screen.
During the in person interview, I met with 3 managers, and a 6th year Analyst. Very smooth interview process. Felt very conversational, opposed to formal / stern. Took 2.5 hours.
Typical mix of questions, including behavioral ones. Nothing out of the ordinary. Just know exactly what your desired role entails, and be able to elaborate on how your skills fit that mold. Also, know the basics regarding the company's objectives and goals.
As for the skills test, it was very straightforward and overall easy. Simple math, and analytical thinking.
Interview Question – If someone in your group is not contributing to the team, how would you handle it? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Although I tried negotiating, they didn't budge. Nonetheless, I was comfortable with the offer.
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in February 2013.
Interview Details – The first interview was with the head of HR. That interview was fine, average. After that things went downhill. The second interview was with 2 brokers, one who left after 5 minutes because something came up. They were not prepared and asked inappropriate questions (i.e. are your married, have kids). I didn't mind as they seemed to be making small talk. The third interview consisted of 6 people coming and going in the conference room, again asking inappropriate questions. None of them were prepared with ANYTHING, except one and even he was awkward. Obviously these people have never interviewed anyone before. I am slightly bitter because what happened next was even more unprofessional than anything else. I was told they picked another candidate, fine, whatever. The job has since been reposted. All they had to do was tell me they didn't think I was right for the position, not lie to me. I guess I am better off. Seemed like a great place to work, guess just not for me.
Interview Question – Do you have children? Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle.
Interview Details – Interview was very low key and communitive. Asked to talk about past experiences in moves, and people that I worked with.
Negotiation Details – I was asked what i needed. Then I was told the client woiuld pay 5k less. Then after I accepted, I was told I have to pay for parking which was $150 a month!
I applied online and interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle.
Interview Details – The first interview was over the phone with someone from HR. Normal question.
The second interview was with the person I was replacing. She clearly had no training in interviewing.
The third interview was with the executive that I would be working for. I love him, he is so friendly, it makes working for him a pleasure.
The fourth and fifth interviews were with random employees that had been with the company for a long time. They could have used a course on "what not to ask". I was asked my age, which is a no-no for interviewing.
Then once an offer was made and I accepted, they do a background screening which is outsourced. The company they used made errors and were pretty unprofessional, but luckily I kept paystubs to prove truth.
The advice I have for potential interviewees, know your stuff because their will be a lot of eyes looking your resume over. Also reserve questions for later interviewers. Asking all you questions in your first interview actually made the rest of the interviewers think I wasn't as interactive, because I had no questions for them.
Interview Question – How old are you? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I was no able to negotiate.
Very Easy Interview
I applied online - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in July 2012.
Interview Details – This was a new position for the company and it was clear from the start the HR rep and the hiring manager did not know what the precise role of the individual would be. Interview was "all over the place" -- no cohesive theme. Polite, but otherwise no energy or excitement. Two weeks after interview I was told the job was "withdrawn." However, a couple of days later, the ad for the position was running again on national job boards. I inquired as to whether I should reapply and was met with a tart "We've got your resume, thanks." Obvious blow-off with no offer of explanation or critique.
Interview Question – Typical questions. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle.
Interview Details – Two gentleman came from different states to interview. They are very nice. Told me the company was a great company to work for.
Interview Question – Did not have one. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
The process took 2 days - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in January 2011.
Interview Details – The interview process was very mis leading, and once I started my job I found that the actual requirements were not consistent with what had been described. My interviewers personalities changed once I began working as well. Offers of time off were rescinded and training was incomplete. The job itself was uninteresting and did not pay very well, I am of the opinion that they were so desperate to fill the position they misrepresented it so that I did not turn their offer down. I left after 1 month.
Interview Question – How many years of experience do you have in your field Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was not able to negotiate, this was a contract position.
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