I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Prudential.
Interview Details – Resume was submitted through career center on campus. Got email response from campus career center within a week to schedule interview.
The company never contacted me directly, but I could see that my Linkedin was viewed by an HR analyst at Prudential. I prepared by making sure I knew the requirements for the position through and through- mostly excel stuff like pivot tables. The interviewers arrived 10 minutes late and were surprised to see me there- they said they weren't aware that they had a 9:00am interview and didn't see my name on the list until that morning. I was prepared with extra resumes and offered to walk them through it. A few behavioral questions followed- situations where I had succeeded, overcome obstacles, led, failed, and what I would do if I didn't have the answer to a problem. Think the interview went pretty well, but the whole bit about them not being prepared to interview me initially (or possibly the fact that I should never have made it to the interview) kind of ruined my chances. I looked at the HR analyst's Linkedin after I hadn't heard back, and I saw that his function was diversity outreach. Ouch. Now I knew why I had been invited to interview- still kind of bummed I couldn't flip it around, though.
Interview Question – What would I do if I discovered a shortcut at work that was not in the procedure? View Answer
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