I applied online and the process took 6 days - interviewed at Peoplefluent in November 2013.
Interview Details – The interview process was great. I was able to get a lot of information regarding the role that I was interviewing for. I also got to know the people as well as you possibly can in the amount of time allotted for the interview. Each person was open, professional, and friendly. The rest of the hiring process was a little bit more difficult. There was the standard drug analysis testing, which was fine. But the process for background check was a bit of a pain. I had already filled out all previous job information during the application process, but was also requested to fill that out again for the background check company. Then, the background check company requested that I provide them with additional information that I honestly think they should have been able to determine on their own considering that's what they do for a living -- I simply used Google to provide the additional information they were asking. I think the company should consider getting a new background check partner.
Interview Question – The interviews went great, so I'm not really sure there was an unexpected question and as for difficulty, I guess there were some of the standard difficult questions regarding why I was leaving current role, how I handled conflict, and so on, but nothing that was really difficult to answer. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Other than salary, the company really doesn't provide much negotiation. They have a strong belief that everyone should get what they get regarding vacation and other non-salary related benefits.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Peoplefluent in October 2013.
Interview Details – Nothing unusual will need to go through HR and eventually to the Regional VP of one of (Now) three regions. Last step is with a Company Executive further up the line but usually a check off box unless they really spot something.
Interview Question – Spent more time on past $ results in the sales role and if my quote was one or three year requirement. Need to know the Talent Industry. View Answer
Negotiation Details – They have a set comp plan and usually stick to it. You can negotiate a draw but they are recoverable. Some have had success with a non-recoverable but need to have good reason.
Interviewed at Peoplefluent
Interview Details – Applied online through their website. Received an email back from the recruiter. From there, I had interviews with manager, 2 peers, VP, and recruiter. It was a very good process and seemed to be cohesive.
Interview Question – Very much "Give me an example of a time when..." questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Peoplefluent.
Interview Details – Met with the regional VP or director and also spoke to several people on the team. Meetings went very well. I was told I was close to getting a job offer and I never heard back from the company. I followed up with the hiring manager and the recruiter and they never responded. Big waste of time.
Interview Question – None. All the questions were easy and the conversation light. Answer Question
Interviewed at Peoplefluent
Interview Details – I was contacted by email initially to set up a time and place for the interview. I was interviewed at a local cafe. The interviewer asked me about what I had studied in college, what my interests were and told me about what Peoplefluent was like. After that interview, I met with the team I was interviewing for. The atmosphere seemed friendly but hard working.
Interview Question – Questions about my outside creative interests. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Peoplefluent.
Interview Details – Was a rigorous process. Initial phone screen with recruiter, then manager, then 1/2 day with multiple team members. After I received and accepted offer, HR was very helpful and sent me a welcome card to my home address with personalized cookies. Class Act!
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Peoplefluent.
Interview Details – I was contacted by a recruiting company that thought this job might be a fit. I had one phone interview that was only 15 min. Since this was an entry level job they asked about what I have done through school and the skills I have obtained. No difficult questions. Only asked me one question at the end of 15 min. The interview was not long enough. At the end of 15 min he didn't even let me ask any questions. Said time was up.
Interview Question – No difficult questions. The only one was, "What is the difference between an abstract class and an interface." Answer Question
Interviewed at Peoplefluent
Interview Details – There were two different occasions where I was intereviewed by people at Peoplefluent. The interviews where more of a "getting to know you" scenario. There where no case studies. Overal it was a very pleasant experience and I enjoyed enveryone I talked to at the company. It took a while to recieve the offer.
Interview Question – Nothing difficult or unexpected Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2+ months - interviewed at Peoplefluent in April 2010.
Interview Details –
The hiring process began with a phone screening. It consisted of pretty basic questions to gauge my level of interest and how my skills matched up with the position. Things went well and I was asked to come in for a formal interview.
The day of the interview, I was called and canceled on. Half the people I was to interview with were working from home that day. I rescheduled for the following week.
The building was nice and clean, the offices are cubicles with high walls. I was to meet with 4 people in blocks of 45 minutes. It was a mix of half professional development questions and half technical questions. There was a lot of mentioning of people who had left the company. This was off putting to hear coming from a company who writes talent management software, but other than that, it went well.
Things then started getting weird. The day after my interview, the job listing was re-posted online. HR was blamed for delays in hearing back, and I was assured they were interested. We discussed salary and I was led to believe they were going to come back with a formal offer. More time goes by without hearing anything; HR is blamed once again.
I was then told that the job is going to report to someone else, and another interview is setup. I'm set to meet with 3 people and the interviews are set up in hour long blocks. All of these interviews run short and I'm left waiting for people to finish meetings to meet with me. I was told I'd hear back within two days, they never call.
I send an e-mail to find out the status and find out that they're no longer interested.
The entire process took 10 weeks. You'll need patience if you apply here.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Peoplefluent in May 2012.
Interview Details –
Had an interview with the "Financial Manager" for a financial analyst position.
She asked me some standard cookie cutter questions for about 15 minutes, even asking the same questions twice, and then started describing the position and it was COMPLETELY different than the job listing on their own website. She then proceeded to say that she only asked to interview me because she was so confused as to why I applied.
The job description stressed working in the financial planning and analysis department, yet this women said it had nothing to do with that and was a position simply to organize data for the sales team.
I actually read the first sentence of the job description from their site, and she would not answer why there was such a gap between that and the role she described. She just kept giggling about why in the world I would apply for it.
I would never work for a place that lets managers interview people in the way she did.
Interview Question – Why did you apply for the position? Answer Question
Pros: Great locations, Great people to work with. When it was Peopleclick I would not of had any cons. – Full Review
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