I applied online - interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide in September 2013.
Interview Details – I submitted a resume online via their website. I then got a phone call to come in for the interview. During the interview you take a basic stats test as well as a writing sample. They then go through some very basic interview questions (strengths, weakness, mistakes etc.). A few weeks later I was called and offered a position.
Interview Question – The essay question was the most difficult part only because I am more mathematical Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
Interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide
Interview Details – Interview will last two and a half hours. It composes of an assessment test and a one-on-one interview.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide in August 2013.
Interview Details – The interview process is quite extensive, but it ensures only people with the companies core values are hired.
Interview Question – Most questioned I was asked for my position where expected. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They essentially gave me an offer that was right on the money, so I didn't do much negotiating. They know the job market.
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide.
Interview Details – The interview process began with an assessment test followed by a one-on-one interview which lasted for about 30 minutes. The interviewer asked me several questions based off my resume and then gave me a simple personality test. I received a phone call around two weeks later informing me that I got the position.
Interview Question – Why did you choose your major? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide.
Interview Details – Excellent communication throughout the process. Leadership knew that I was in the final interview phase with several companies and that I had already received one offer. The sped up the interview process and beat the competition.
Interview Question – There were no difficult questions, perhaps a few unexpected questions. Those questions were some of the most powerful ones I've encountered in a 15 year career: questions that really got at what I value, what I'm looking for and who I am. Excellent. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Very good. I got everything I wanted.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide.
Interview Details – I had two interviews at Lieberman. For the first I had to take a test with GMAT type math questions and essay writing. Most of the questions were personality questions. The second interview had more questions which were more out of the box, and asking whether I was detail oriented, etc.
Interview Question – What was something you noticed the last time you were at the airport? Answer Question
Interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide
Interview Details –
First there was a phone interview, Amy was nice and pleasant.
Then, went in for an interview with HR that began with a written test. There was math which was all Algebra type and word problems with a few tricky questions so read those carefully. There was also an essay and a proofreading portion. It would probably help to be familiar with proofreading symbols but I wasn't really so I don't know that it's necessary.
After that I had an interview with the HR rep where she asked me some questions and did some standard personality tests on me. She went over the salary and some other info on the position.
Then I had an interview with the company president/founder Arnie, the VP whose team I would be on, my boss and their boss. Arnie spent a good amount of time trying to convince me that I'm not the type of person who would like to work here because I wanted a work-life balance. That threw me because I thought that meant I wouldn't get the job. I did get the job but looking back I think that Arnie was 100% correct.
Interview Question – Math questions with Arnie. I'm a whiz at math but I was taken off guard and gave out a totally wrong and stupid answer. That threw me because I'm used to being quick with multiplication and I had received 100% on the math test they gave. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They made it pretty clear that the initial pay was non-negotiable.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide in April 2013.
Interview Details – Phone interview asking basics (GPA, research experience in undergrad), in-person interview with HR, and they make you take a test. The test is basic math and rounding, proofreading an article, and writing one of those essays you get on a standardized test. Essay is "choose an argument and write an essay in favor or against the argument", etc. Test wasn't too difficult. Next is an in-person interview with prospective team - usually 3 different managers. Last interview is with the CEO, owner, or other very high ranking person.
Interview Question – Some throw out "google-type" interview questions, but not common. I was asked to evaluate a case study. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I didn't negotiate since I was entry level
The process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide in June 2012.
Interview Details – The interview process at LRW is very extensive. I first got a call from the HR person who talked to me a little about my background and why I wanted to go into market research. A few days later, I had to take a test with basic math problems and a short essay question - not too bad. I then had a longer interview with the HR person more about my knowledge of market research, skills, and interests. I was then passed on to the next round, which was coming into the LA office to meet with the specific team that was hiring. I met with about 8 people, mostly Senior Research Directors / Managers. They just want to know about your resume and see if there is a personality fit. There were some logic/market sizing questions. You then have to meet with the chairman, who asks you lots of mental math and logic questions - it can be quite intimidating! They process is long and there are a lot of hurdles to pass. Be sure to be able to talk about yourself and think on your feet!
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Lieberman Research Worldwide in January 2011.
Interview Details – I had applied online, and received a call from Amy to schedule an interview. She first conducted a phone interview and then we scheduled a one on one. I had to take a skills test and personality test. The mathematics section was a bit difficult for me. I did well on the test but did not have much experience with qualitative research so didn't get offered the position. I would advise people to review the qualitative and quantitative stats before going in for an interview.
Interview Question – The questions were fairly basic. They weren't too difficult. They asked the usual, what are 3 strengths and accomplishments. Answer Question
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