Very Difficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Redknee in June 2010.
Interview Details –
iq test (you get feedback)
personality test (you get feedback)
hiring manger (long interview)
expert panel (medium length interviews)
you get to ask quite a few questions, plus they are public so you can read tons about it...
Interview Question – quite a few scenario based questions of how one would act as a manager... hard to recall, but you can't fake it... Answer Question
Negotiation Details – very professional - they use quite a few market studies and based on the detailed interview they have a fairly good idea where you should be... they appear fair and flexibile
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Redknee in March 2009.
Interview Details –
Friendly folks, easy going, made a good impression overall. I was asked a few technical questions, once I started to write a few lines of code on a black board they told me to stop.
The management team seem dynamic and less formal in their aproach, the offices relative new and modern.
Reason for Declining – Everything went well with the exception of the following: no paid overtime, I don't like that, the promise of a bonus is, well, could be just a promise. Also the biggest factor was that they declined to disclose the number of people employed in the IT group. Also declined to show me around the place. I got concerned so I declined further interest in a phone conversation later, a day or two after the interview.
Pros: You will be given the opportunity to go from design, development to operational support. You will be given the tools but you have to dig in deep yourself to solve problems and do them quickly. Immediate managers and team leads are great, will… – Full Review
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