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Senior Financial Analyst Interview
The process took 3 days – interviewed at Rogers Communications in September 2010.
Received an inital interview call from HR and then with the managaer and the final round with the director.
- What conflict situation did you encounter and how did you go about resolving it? 1 Answer
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Rogers Communications (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in January 2010.
Three rounds of interviews.
First round was a phone conversation with HR to make sure you qualified for the position. Very basic just say yes to everything.
Second round was with two managers. Consisted of standard questions: background, strengths, weakness, why Rogers, etc. However the purpose of the second round interview was to assess the candidates ability to answer a typical consulting case question. Case is related to the Telecom space.
Third round was with the Director of the group. Was more of a feel and fit interview. At this point it felt like the decision was already made and this was merely to determine whether I would fit with the firm and group.
- Why Rogers? Answer Question
very little room to negotiate