I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Quidsi in December 2013.
Interview Details – Had an initial screening with HR and then she emailed back within 3 days to setup an phone interview with the hiring manager. When she was 20 mins late, I emailed the HR and then the hiring manager called. We had a good conversation, mostly about my current & past roles. After following up with the HR, she emailed that they have moved forward with another candidate.
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I applied through other source and the process took 7+ weeks - interviewed at Quidsi in January 2013.
Interview Details – Involved interview process involving take-home assignments that you present to senior management. On the plus side, you get to meet senior management in the process.
Interview Question – Questions about how you would think about pricing and why would you do it that way. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Quidsi in March 2013.
Interview Details – Interview was very short, interviewer was very friendly. She explained the job well and what the hiring process would be like, as well as walked me around the office. Had to take a short skills test on a computer to show customer service skills, then I was asked back for a second interview.
Interview Question – General customer service questions: what do you consider great customer service, give an example of a time you went above and beyond for a customer in need Answer Question
Reason for Declining – The hours required by new hires are very difficult, as the office is open 24 hours a day
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Quidsi.
Interview Details – Phone interview. A written essay (was told about in passing 1 day before my interview). 6 hours of in person interviews with 8 different people. I was halfway through the in person interview when I started to doubt their process (and why I was there). It shouldn't take this many people to decide a person for a position. I seem to agree with some of the other people here that this company cares more about placing people with MBA's from Ivy League schools rather than people with actual experience in the field. There are people as the head of Merchandising for certain brands that have NO merchandising background. I am not interested in teaching someone I report to how to be a merchant. My biggest suggestion would be interview who you will be working for before moving forward with the interview process. And don't expect a follow up or courtesy email if they aren't interested.
Interview Question – An essay about what you are most proud of. Meanwhile, I believe only HR sees this. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Quidsi in February 2013.
Interview Details – Pre-screen via phone. On-Site interview at DC. Before I was interviewed I was given a eight page math test. The math problems were word problems and the test was timed. After the test, two operation level managers then entered the room and asked basic STAR type questions. Near the end, one of them had to leave which bugged me given I traveled so far to meet them. Clearly, the test was not relative to real duties of the position rather for engineering positions. They did not ask any people skill type questions - just about managing projects and if I was willing to work odd hours.
Interview Question – What would your supervisor has about you? Answer Question
Interviewed at Quidsi
Interview Details – The interview process was a pretty long one. There was 1 live interview, a phone interview, a test of computer skills and how to answer specific emails, after that a group interview. The group interview was pretty intense. They were really looking for a specific type of person under the pretense that they want you to "be you"... Truthfully what they are looking for is someone who will be Quidsi enough. its pretty tough to get hired but its rewarding if you do.
Interview Question – why did you choose Quidsi? what would you contribute to the company? what do you think your peers would say about you if asked. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Quidsi in July 2013.
Interview Details – Basically the process is just what other reviewers mentioned,they call you bring you in for an interview and then part 2 is a phone interview then a group interview with 20+ other people which is so unrealistic and drawn out for no reason whatsoever. They seem to enjoy just doing a bunch of interviews and it seems that nobody actually stays with this company as they are constantly interviewing all year round.Very drawn out took months and 3 different interview and long waiting period.
Interview Question – pretty typical questions but you tend to feel uncomfortable as the laid back attitude is so vague and fake. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Quidsi.
Interview Details – Seemed promising. Didn't get the job. Employees seemed very half-hearted/fake at all times. Felt like a waste of time (3-step interview process)
Interview Question – They ask, "what is the difference between good and great customer service and how can you make customer service here great?" Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Quidsi in March 2013.
Interview Details – Well it started with a application online which i submitted. I then spoke to a recruiter who then offered a in person interview at HQ in Jersey City. The interview started with a test with a example of a email which is sent by a customer and then a phone simulator. Afterwards i was speaking to the recruiter who called. The interview seemed a bit unrealistic. I worked in customer service for many years and it seems as though they don't seem interested in someones experience. I left the interview feeling a bit skeptical.
During the process i had to actually follow up with the HR team to know what my next steps are. I was then told i would speaking to a Team Lead who asked me a few questions about situations where i faced Irate or difficult customers. She then said that i would be followed up by someone in HR. A week goes by and nothing so i email them again with a reply that they went ahead with other candidates.
I feel that as though they didn't care and they preach this culture of WOW'ing customers but they do the exact opposite as far as prospects who are looking to work for the company. But then again this is the corporate world so its not about you but its about them. How can they expect to have someone following up with them over and over again for then to turn around and say NO? I would not recommend the company at all.
Interview Question – All the questions are the same just worded differently. Answer Question
Interviewed at Quidsi
Interview Details – Applied online took about 2 months before they called me, the phone interview was only two or 3 questions. The in person interview starts with a test and then you speak to the manager.
Interview Question – Basic questions, they do expect you to know about the company. Answer Question
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