I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Sitel in June 2013.
Interview Details – Filled out application with test. Interviewed twice over the phone. They tested my computer/internet multiple times, because for some projects you need to use your own. I worked on the directv project and they provided equipment (only needed monitor).
Negotiation Details – Set rate for all employees at $9.00/hour, periodic raises.
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Sitel in April 2013.
Interview Details – Hiring was very quick. The woman who interviewed me by phone was extremely personable, which gave me a good impression of Sitel, but I was wrong.
Interview Question – The questions were very simple, leading me to realize now that anyone can be hired at Sitel Answer Question
Negotiation Details – none, I was hired
I applied through other source and the process took a day - interviewed at Sitel in October 2013.
Interview Details –
Hiring process is very easy...Only thing is ur communication skills shd b very strong..
1st round - Pre screening(they will ask abt u,family bg,ur academics projects etc simple questions)
2nd round - Telephonic Interview(they may giv some topic and ask u to talk about it.
Eg. Ragging should be prohibited or not
men are the best cook..do u agree or not?
the interview session will b around 20-25 mins..
3rd round - Operations Round (they will ask some questions technically about android,windows OS, troubleshooting etc )
In all the rounds they will check ur comm.skills alone mainly... :)
Interview Question – thers was no difficult questions askd during the interview.. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – i had a problem of shifting home to banglore..so i declined..
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Sitel in June 2012.
Interview Details –
Interview is the process of knowing a person and their qualities. In an interview the interviewer will try and know the best in you, so as to know what profit they can get out of him/her.
Always remember when you are being interviewed there are things which we all have to keep in mind. Ofcourse, there should not be fumbling ( because this way they will get to know that you are not confident of what you are saying), and can result in rejection. Keep an eye contact with the interviewer. You have to be careful about the body presentation. These are some basic things which we have to remember when going for any interview.
My interview was good. The first thing that i really concentrate on is getting the interviewer into conversation, So it should be a 2 way conversation not a question and answer type where the interviewer is asking you questions and you are just answering to them. Instead try and make it 2 way conversation and gain a plus point.
Then it goes on and you will share your previous work experience, your education back ground and then comes the other questions like speaking on a topic and presenting yourself.
Above are the suggestions and personal experience of interview that i have gone through.
Interview Question – Well the only thing that i am scared of answering is where would you like to see yourself in 4 years from now? View Answer
Negotiation Details – In my view there should not be any negotiation phase, because when you are being interviewed the person will get to know what you deserve and what you are capable of. So leave this to the interviewer itself.
Pros: They pay slightly north of minimum wage, they do direct deposit, and they offer some sort of health insurance with a payout cap, or they did... They will force you to work overtime as their demand requires. Some people like that, because it's a… – Full Review
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