I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Rogers Communications.
Interview Details – - All positions require you to apply online.
- 3 stage interview (phone call with HR, meet with hiring Director, meet with someone else to confirm hiring Director's decision)
Interview Question – Nothing too difficult if you prepare for it. Expect 10-15 mins to take about yourself and your background. Then they will ask you behavioural base questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – HR contacted me with an offer. Before emailing me the offer, I countered with what I was looking for which was reasonable. HR called me back within a day and accepted my counter offer. HR sent me my offer and I had 2-3 days to review the package and email it back to them.
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Rogers Communications in September 2011.
Interview Details – The interview process started with completing an online questionnaire to assess fit and background for the position. I was then contacted by an internal recruiting consultant for the company. They conducted a 30 minute phone interview with standard questions:
-Provide an overview of your resume
-Explain why your background is suitable for the position
-Explain your leadership style question.
-Explain how you deal with conflict
-Why are you leaving your current role.
2 weeks later I was asked to meet with the hiring manager. This was another standard 1:1 interview with similar questions. An offer was presented within another 2 weeks.
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