Interviewed at Verisk Analytics
Interview Details – Asked questions regarding, struts2 struts1 difference, what is ajax call, post get difference, easy loading eager loading, hibernate etc. last question is programming test, find duplicate char in a string.
Interview Question – hibernate question. as I am not familiar with hibernate Answer Question
Interviewed at Verisk Analytics
Interview Details – I met with the hiring manager to discuss the position over lunch - 30 minutes later I was offered a job
Interview Question – Given what you know about yourself and the project what are 2 things that would make you stand up and leave right now? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Verisk Analytics in May 2013.
Interview Details – I submitted a resume and cover letter and stood out because I had submitted the cover letter. I was then given a call within a day to set up and interview which was very flexible on planning and came in. I met with the head of HR as well as a couple of the associates and was given the offer that night.
Interview Question – How do you manage your work and your life in college? Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Verisk Analytics in May 2013.
Interview Details – The HR called me and set up a technical interview.The technical interview was very easy Basic OOPS concepts and Data Structures questions were asked. Difference between null and empty string.Easy questions for about 20 minutes.The interviewer confirmed if I will be open for relocation since job was at Jersey City.I said yes.
The HR called like 10 minutes after my technical interview and decided to go with the next step in the process which was face to face. Since I was an out of state candidate, she scheduled a online video meeting. She again asked me if I was open for relocation and I said yes.
She gave me a link where you had to log in for the video interview.Just when I logged in at my given time my net went off for a second.I immediately called the HR and apologized. My net came back after only a minute but I was not able to log in again. The log in was open only at that exact time of interview and not even 1 minute after that!! The interviewers cancelled my meeting and the HR told me that this was very inconvenient and that she would get back to me. 2 days passed and no word from them about rescheduling or my candidacy.I sent the HR an email requesting details about rescheduling my interview.No reply. 2 more days passed. I sent in another email to the HR requesting about my candidacy status.She replies the next day saying that they are looking for local candidates only!!
Why even go through all these if they were never going to hire me?Very unprofessional. I actually liked what the company did!! too bad.. their loss!
Interview Question – Difference between null and empty string. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Verisk Analytics.
Interview Details – Went through two phone screenings (one HR and one technical) followed by two on-site interviews. The first interview was largely about abstract problem solving, little code had to be written out. The second interview seemed to regard whether or not I would "fit" into the company and provided plenty of insight into the position for which I was applying. The entire application process seemed a bit rushed although everyone was kind and willing to help.
Interview Question – How would you set up a parking garage? View Answer
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Verisk Analytics in June 2009.
Interview Details – The phone interview is conducted by HR and not the department manager you will work with. The phone interview is only to screen out unwanted applicants. If invited for in-person interview, expect to meet HR first and then the division manager - this person(s) is the real decision maker. If there will be a test at the interview, they tell you ahead of time when making the appointment. Tests are not hard or tricky.
Interview Question – Sometimes job description is written so you don't believe you may be a suitable applicant. Company's line of work is very unique so they are willing to hire people with great work morale and train them for the job. Keep an open mind and be optimistic. Don't sweat over any questions that sound tough. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Fair.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Verisk Analytics in May 2011.
Interview Details – My first contact was a phone interview with a manager. He asked about my background and knowledge of the company/industry. This was a new industry for me and he was very receptive to that. They followed up with an invitation for an on-site interview, where I met with 5 people. The interviews ranged from talking about yourself to cases that I worked through with the interviewer.
Interview Question – He asked a case question that involved reviewing health risk assessment data and determining how to segment the different employees based on their responses. Answer Question
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Verisk Analytics in March 2010.
Interview Details – Overall the interview was a large explaination of the job and its duties along with my experience in all aspects. I went well and came down to a very close decision.
Interview Question – If you were an animal, what would you be? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Verisk Analytics in November 2009.
Interview Details – I was recommended internally by a friend who worked at the firm. First round interview was fairly straightforward and consisted mostly of interest and fit questions. About two weeks later I go in for the final round, in which I talked to both analysts and members of senior management. Questions were mainly about fit and motivation, but I was also asked a relatively easy brain teaser and a short case-like economics question. I was then taken out for lunch by one of the higher-uppers.
Interview Question – Describe a time when you had difficulties dealing with your coworkers. Answer Question
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