Interviewed at Prudential
Interview Details – quick response time (less then 3 weeks between receipt of resume and interview invitation), good atmosphere, fair questions, 2 interviews in total (first with HR only, 2nd with head of department), both took about one hours each. first interview contained general questions about me and my personality, the second was more job specific.
Reason for Declining – found another position that was more promising & better paid
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Prudential in February 2010.
Interview Details – The process started with an online application along with an employee referral. After a wait of about 2 weeks I was contacted for a breif phone interview and a few days later scheduled for a onsite interview. The interview was conducted by a manager and associate manager and I thought it went rather well. Unfortunately, I was not offered a position but was encouraged to apply for the next round of hiring.
Interview Question – After describing how managing the expectations of a demanding former employer had become an important part of that position, I was asked to cite some specific examples. View Answer
The process took a day - interviewed at Prudential in April 2010.
Interview Details – I applied for the positon online, then I was contacted by a recruiter. The recuiter asked me a few questions on the phone and gave a rather thorough description of the job, salary, although I did nto ask for the info. I just took a perosnality, skills, and cognitive thinking test. Just wondering if anyone has any tips incase I get a face to face interview. Also, does anyone know of ways to tell if you got the job based on the recruiters/ interviewers behaviors/actions/questions?
Interview Question – Personality test View Answers (2)
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