I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Web.com Inc in February 2012.
Interview Details – One phone interview, then follow up interview with two employees in office
Interview Question – Define professionalism
Describe a time when.... Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Web.com Inc in August 2010.
Interview Details – Online application. Contacted and interviewed with two people.
Interview Question – Ability to multi-task. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation process. The base pay is the same regardless of experience.
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Web.com Inc in October 2011.
Interview Details – Did a written test and was then interviewed by two people, separately. A half-hour after the interview began, I got the job!
Interview Question – Can't think of anything outstanding. It was all pretty straightforward. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Web.com Inc.
Interview Details – Very open nd honest about the pros and cons of the position and company. Set realistic expectations for sales reps.
Interview Question – Standard interview questions Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Web.com Inc.
Interview Details – applied on careerbuilder...got phone interview with director, then got face to face interview w another manager.
Interview Question – would i rather be a clam living in the ocean for millions of years but not moving much or would i rather be a fly that can go anywhere and live for like a week? View Answer
Negotiation Details – i told them what i was making at old job and what i would like.. and was not going to relocate unless offered that.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Web.com Inc in April 2012.
Interview Details – I applied online and received a call from a recruiter a few weeks later. After a few phone interviews I was invited on site.
The phone interviews were lame. One was a peer who was not prepared at all. It was a joke. Basically just talked about how much they love living in Jacksonville.
The arrangements for the onsite were handled well and I was well informed. The rest of the onsite was disturbing at best. I can't tell of everything specific to my nightmare there, as I don't want to be identified. But I'll do my best.
I got to the office about 30 minutes early so I didn't want to go in right away. They have a massive building and parking area, but no visitor parking. I had to park in one of the back rows, which wasn't a big deal. It did, however, give me the opportunity to watch an employee (later confirmed as we walked in together) smoke out of a drug pipe in the parking lot. Stay classy man. When i did walk up to the building, I had to walk through a sea of smokers. My lord, I'm convinced that if they have 400 employees there, 370 of them smoke.
The reception lady was a bright spot. She eventually called my first interviewer who came and got me (10 minutes late mind you) and brought me up to a room. We talked for a few minutes with standard questions and then the interviewer left to take care of some personal business. Told me it was priority. Got to catch up on some email for the next 20 minutes.
The next two interviewers were annoying. I sure did get a good idea of what they did and how proud they are of their accomplishments. No one works in a vacuum and it was gross to hear such cocky stories.
I'm not going to share the rest of it, but you get the point. I did not get an offer, but would not have accepted anything. I've never in my life talked to a more arrogant group of people. It had that "cult and not in a good way" feeling.
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Web.com Inc in June 2011.
Interview Details – Spoke with a recruiter who was very hot to get me in to an interview. The interview was a round table style interview and I did quite well answering most of their questions. I had some difficulties with some of the questions near the end of the interview and they "went in for the kill" and became quite hostile. This was quite unsettling and was detrimental in my performance through the remainder of the interview. Later on in the hiring managers office the hiring manager made a casual offer but tried to negotiate the rate based on the poor interview performance I had exhibited with their aggressive and hostile interview style. The rate he was trying to negotiate was literally half of what I was currently making. I politely declined his casual "lets make a deal" offer and left.
Interview Question – The questions themselves were not difficult at all. It was more of the style of questioning. They asked a lot of scripting and SQL questions and did not give time to fully understand the question or any time to answer. If you did not snap out their correct answer instantly they wanted to move onto other questions. They were just plain hostile. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Hostile interview technique and lowball offer.
The process took a day - interviewed at Web.com Inc in May 2012.
Interview Details – I had applied various times to the particular position. Finally, weeks later, I got a phone call for an interview. It was scheduled accordingly and I arrived 5 minutes prior. The application was done online originally and then the front desk advised me I had to fill out another application. For a web consultation company, you would think they would already have the application in hand after filling it out online, but it was not the case. So I sat there filling out redundant information. After completion I then had to complete a questionnaire, which took another 15 to 20 minutes. I then had an interview with two individuals. One was quiet mostly, and the other seemed nervous. I'm not sure what that was entirely all about. We went through generic questions: "Why should we hire you?" What makes you a good fit..." Well after the interview was complete, I was given a card, and told HR would be in touch. I gave it two days and called and left a message. I waited to no avail and made another call and left a voicemail. Again, no call returned. I did this for approximately several days until I decided that a company with redundancies and the inability of the HR department to contact an interviewee about an offer or denial isn't the place I'd like to work. Especially considering the position is set up like an assembly line offering a peculiar pay structure.
To this day, I still haven't received a call or email stating the generic information about not being offered a position. Good thing I never held my breath. Essentially, the interview wasn't the problem. It was the company and HR specifically.
Interview Question – Tell us about yourself? Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Web.com Inc in April 2012.
Interview Details – Web.com is very thorough with their interview process. They want to ensure that you will fit in with the culture and team environment. The company has bought a lot of companies in the last 6 years and going through a lot of change right now. My recommendation to anyone who wants to join this company is to utilize your contacts to get an internal referral. The recruiters value and incent employees to refer candidates. The company has been going in the hiring mode the last 3 months. The company will do a background check and check your references, so make sure you have good ones lined up. The environment over all is very professional and respectful of others. Training is more on the job and figure it out on your own.
Interview Question – I was asked to provide examples of challenges and conflicts that I experienced in previous jobs with either a manager or other department. I was asked to explain the situation and articulate clearly how I worked to overcome obstacles to get the desired business result, and the follow up with specific details on results. Answer Question
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