I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at WMS Gaming in October 2010.
Interview Details – Did interview well, was told would receive a call back, and never heard back.
Interview Question – Please tell me about yourself Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at WMS Gaming.
Interview Details – 4 rounds ... and after 3 months got offer.
Only 15% hike
Interview Question – How soon can you join in 15 days Answer Question
Reason for Declining – 2010
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at WMS Gaming in January 2013.
Interview Details – Presentation - Recruiters gave a presentation about the company.
1st round: Aptitude test (Technical - 30 Ques in 35 mins & Programming Test of 70 mins, 3 programs)
2nd Round: Technical Interview at their office, Mostly C++ questions, ques related to Project and Core Subjects
3rd Round: HR Interview, questions on Background and even Technical Questions
Interview Question – Tell one quality which is unique to you?
The previous question was on Strengths which I answered. But they answered that these are what we always get. So tell us something Unique. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at WMS Gaming.
Interview Details – I was call for personal interview after the phone interview. The interview went well but no offer
Interview Question – There is no difficult questions Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at WMS Gaming in April 2012.
Interview Details – Get a call from HR person. Had 3 technical rounds and then HR rounds.
All technical rounds are related C++ and coding. HR asked 2-3 question like, why you want to leave your company ? Where do you stay ?
Interview Question – No Difficult or unexpected question in overall. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at WMS Gaming in June 2010.
Interview Details – Applied online, took 3 weeks for them to email me and sent an application, they wanted me for an interview the next day. Had the interview with the Dept manger,( he did not know what to ask) I offered some information, but I felt he needed to ask normal interview questions, I told him about my 22 years with UPS and my last employer closed down the office that I managed was closed down and I was laid off. A Week went by, got a call to come in and interview with the HR and othe manager, the next day! Well I dropped everything and went to interview I was 20mins early but they made me wait for a good hour, when through one interview, then the HR girl asked me about my UPS career, she told me about their benifits then finally she asked me if I had and questions, I replied " the other 2 managers in the first interview today, had not idea what the payscale was for the Senior Manager Shipping position, Do you know what the pay would be? when she told me I told her "thank you, but I would have to withdraw" she asked but why? I told her, I did not assume I would start off at the top of the pay scale, but the pay is just too low for what your job requires.
Reason for Declining – The pay WAY too low
Pros: “WMS offers a friendly, relaxed environment for all employees. They take the "work hard, play hard" motto to heart with a lot of great perks for their employees, including a willingness to…” “WMS offers a friendly, relaxed environment for all employees. They take the "work hard, play hard" motto to heart with a lot of great perks for their employees, including a willingness to assist employees that have gone through hardships in their lives such as floods, tornadoes, and fire. The atmosphere is young and modern, making it a fantastic place to work for people under 40. Compensation is generally market value and the company is constantly striving to make itself better. The Chicago campus is amazing with the newest technology, in-house cafe that serves good food, a modern gym, and several gaming systems for breaks.” – Full Review
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