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Getting an Interview
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- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Vodafone (Smart, VA) in July 2015.
First you apply online if you get accepted they call you so evaluate your English on the phone if you pass at the end on the phone call they schedule a 3rd interview . The last interview consists of questions to evaluate you as a person
I choose the partition i will train in.
- Declined OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Vodafone (Egypt, GA) in March 2015.
It was a telephone interview. not too long about 30 to 45mins I answered all my questions correctly one of the questions was tell me about yourself and the difference between a good employee and an exceptional employee, at the end of the interview she told me I passed. That I will have to come to there office close to dandy mall for the face to face interview, she gave me the date and time.
- It started with tell me about yourself Answer Question
- Declined OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Vodafone.
I applied through NYU wasserman career website. I had 1 on-campus interview and 3 rounds of onsite interviews. the turn over time between 1st round and second round was more than 1 month time. on-campus interview panel consisted of one technical expert and HR personnel. It was behavioral round. subsequent rounds were based on case study
- What value could you add to company and client?? Answer Question
- Declined OfferNegative Experience
I applied online. I interviewed at Vodafone (Redwood City, CA).
Got through multiple round s of interviews after which they sent offer. Then out of blue HR sends email retrieving the offer. There was no reason, negotiation or apology of any kind. Very Unprofessional. Heard similar story with another acquaintance later on. Glad I didn’t inform my current employer and had other offers on the table.
- Do your due diligence and keep your options open. Answer Question
- Accepted OfferAverage Interview
I interviewed at Vodafone in November 2014.
The process for the Vodafone Internship Program has 3 parts: 1) Group Assessment "business case" and one-to-one Interview 2) 2 Online tests - Numerical/Verbal/logical and personality test to see whether you fit in with the culture of the company 3) 1 or 2 additional interviews with line managers and a director
- Major achievement in your professional live? Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Vodafone in October 2014.
Initial phone call with hiring manager went very well. The second round was a Skype interview with original manager and her colleague, also very positive. Following week, on a Friday afternoon, I had an online test in which they asked me to do a data analysis. It went fairly well and was promised a call back by the following Monday because they needed an intern to start very soon, within weeks. She asked of my citizenship and visa status and was skeptical of hiring me. She told me she would check with HR about the immigration process and also asked me to contact the Luxembourg immigration office to find out if I would be eligible to work in Luxembourg with my French student visa. I found this odd because this should be something they should be doing but I wanted the internship so bad so I made all the calls and got the info in writing from the Luxembourg immigration office stating clearly that a non-EU student (with a valid EU student visa) is eligible to work in Luxembourg on the same student visa and need not apply for a resident permit or work permit as the French student visa would suffice. I was very excited to hear the good news and asked the official to forward the info in writing, which I then forwarded to the hiring managers at Vodafone. Then I waited with bated breath for news.... The call never came, nor email. I let the week pass by, followed up with a call to both managers who interviewed me, left voicemail messages. No word. Same thing the following week even after I followed up with emails. After three weeks of no word I gave up. I then saw another similar position in the same company and applied right away. This time it was a different hiring manager and she called me the same day I emailed my CV. She then asked my citizenship and told me she only wanted EU citizens. It dawned on me that they decided not to proceed with my application due to my non-eu status but did not have the decency to get back with me, not even return my calls/emails. After I did the leg work of finding out their country's laws which was still in my favor but they still decided to drop me. I googled and contacted their HR personnel. I forwarded the document to him but he apologized stating that they are a small office and prefer EU citizens due to "less paperwork". What he was really saying is that they have no idea of the hiring process of hiring a non EU citizen who resides in Europe. I was shocked! Such a huge multinational company have no clue in their hiring process.... So much for the cultural diversity schpill they "pride" themselves in! I felt like they wasted my time because my cover letter clearly states my citizenship and status as a student in France. I guess I dodged a bullet. I kept it professional regardless and thanked them for their time.
- It was fairly easy. the usual interview questions: Tell me about yourself. How do you prioritise your tasks? Why should we hire you? How do you handle irate customers? Answer Question
Helpful (2)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5+ months. I interviewed at Vodafone.
Extremely long hiring process: technical interview with hiring manager followed by a CBI-based HR interview followed by business interview with the senior manager. All questions were typical questions. E.g. How do you see yourself in 5 years ? why should we hire you ? why do you want to leave your company ? what is your current salary or what is your expected salary ?
- All typical questions. I advise that you read online about CBI Q&A's before HR interview. 1 Answer
- No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Vodafone (Egypt, GA) in September 2014.
Willing to have a career path development & challenging position through exposure to different knowledge and experience related to my background experience which can be progressed. Also can work under pressure and seeking to explore different jobs in Commercial, administrative and technological fields to find the best area which will benefit from my
- Willing to have a career path development & challenging position through exposure to different knowledge and experience related to my background experience which can be progressed. Also can work under pressure and seeking to explore different jobs in Commercial, administrative and technological fields to find the best area which will benefit from my 1 Answer
- No Offer
First interview was with a recruiter then a phone interview followed by a technical onsite interview. Several programming questions. Asked to write code on a white board etc.
- Algorithms Answer Question
- Declined OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Vodafone (India, TX) in July 2014.
there was a total of about three rounds in three seperate days for almost 2 hours on an average with descriptive understanding and questionings. the profile was very well communicated and wher i fit in. They briefed on how and what is expected from me. They were also keen to know how i can make and bring about the difference from my past experiences to value add in their organization.
- how wil i make the difference in their organization Answer Question
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