I applied through other source and the process took 3+ weeks - interviewed at everis in September 2013.
Interview Details – Interview process was very smooth and well organized. Had two rounds of interviews with several Partners and the CEO.
Negotiation Details – They made me an offer, we negotiated once and got to a place where we were both happy.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and the process took a day - interviewed at everis.
Interview Details – Meeting with several people who have an incredibly poor grasp of the English language and as long as you can walk and talk at the same time, you'll be offered a job on the spot. Do yourself a favor and turn down the offer.
Interview Question – All of them because everis uses questions from Spanish google and then poorly translate them. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They refuse to negotiate anything...ever
Very Easy Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at everis in September 2012.
Interview Details – The company hired me through a local college in my area. There was no background check performed and I was offered the job the same day I interviewed. I was given a presentation about the company and I could barely understand the interviewees because they were spanish. I was interviewed by 2 individuals. I was told that I could travel with the company. This still didn't happen. Later the same day, I received an offer letter.
Interview Question – No questions asked, company was more concerned in showing the powerpoint presentation Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I don't know if negotioation could have been offered because i never tried. This was a first professional job for me.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at everis in August 2013.
Interview Details –
I was routed through a recommendation. The calling process was extremely unprofessional. I got a call asking me if I am available on the following date and time. I said ok since I was in a meeting and asked her to give me a ollow up mail about the details. I wated till the day before interview to get the mail but she later on inquiry by phone I came to know that she forgot.
Later in the interview at the place I was told tow people would be interviewing me with their specific position. But on arrival no one of them was there. Infact another guy took my frst interview and later I was told that since the second guy was not there , there wont be any second interview.
The interview process was quite casual. Mostly ab out the verification of CV and later about some situations. I was giving it for Barcelona office so they told me that Catalan is alaos a requirement for public clients. I knew I lacked on that skill. Nothing to difficult neither professional I would say afater all.
Interview Question – We have to lanuch a new product. How would you start on it ? how would you price it ? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at everis in June 2013.
Interview Details –
I had 3 interviews (HHRR director, Manager of the project and Director of the office).
My case was an exception since they have urgency to hire someone for a project. Usually the process involve a IQ test.
In the interviews they revise my CV and asked me questions about my personal life. In the interviews they care a lot about who you are not so much about what you have done.
Interview Question – In one of the interviews the manager asked me to tell him my mistakes during the degree. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 6 months - interviewed at everis.
Interview Details –
Had to go through 4 interviews (HR, Manager, Director and HR again) mostly questions about my CV and expectations. Got asked about how many days have I managed to work consecutively, probably to see if I can handle the massive amount of unpaid overtime that the company expects.
Had to do a basic English test with multichoice answers, not complicated.
Almost no technical questions during the entire process.
Interview Question – They tried to push me into explaining in detail every single reason why I left my prior companies hinting that having several companies in my CV was a liability instead of an asset due to being perceived as a company hopper without commitment. Careful with these questions as this is of capital importance for the HR people of this company. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation, I gave my number and they accepted.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at everis.
Interview Details –
I sent my CV by e-mail and a coulpe of weeks later they called me explaining the position and asking if I was interested. Some days later they sent me an e-mail with some details about the 1st phase.
The 1st phase consists in an explanation about the company and some tests. First a compreension test. You read some texts and then about each test there are some questions. In each question you have a statement related with the text and you have to say either if the statement is true, false or if you cannot know it reading the text. The next test its a numerical one. Some dividing and multiplication questions with 3 digits numbers and some graphical analysis. The last test was a logical one: in each question you have a process where an initial symbol goes through a change. You have to guess which symbol was the result of the transformation of the initial symbol. Then it was a last test more on a personality basis.
Then one week later they called me saying I passed to the next phase. The second phase consisted on an interview with the senior of the project where were asked questions as "Why do you want to work here", "Describe yourself", "Where do you want to be 3 years from now"
Then one week later they called me asking to go to another interview with a partner this time. The questions were basically the same and was explained to me once again how the company works. Finally I was asked to go to a final interview with the CEO. Here, it was again the same questions but he asked me "who do you want to work with, the senior or the partner and why", "how do you know if you should contract anyone for your company", "have you ever cheated on college?", "Why did you did your bachelor in that area", "Would you do it again if it was today" and stuff like that
Interview Question – I didn't have any technical questions, but the most unexpected was "Have you ever cheated on any exame at University?" View Answer
Reason for Declining – Because I received another offer of a company in an area that I liked better than the one that company was offering me, and the contract was better
I applied online and interviewed at everis.
Interview Details – You have to hand out your CV and you have to make a big round of psycotechinic tests during a day. Do not worry, it is almost impossible to finish them, and I guess that the CV is really what counts. It seems like the enviroment in the company is quite formal.
Interview Question – Did not get to the second round Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at everis in November 2012.
Interview Details – I had to deal with a group dynamics. They suggested us a business case about expanding a business into the "Old people residences".
Interview Question – Crunch numbers being agree with the other people Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at everis.
Interview Details –
Got a referral from a friend who heard about Everis from Linkedin. I sent in my resume and a few hours later got a call to set-up a phone interview! The interviewer was very personable and sounded excited to speak with me. It was about 30 mins and we discussed the position and if I was a good fit for it. Things such as SAS/SQL experience, presentation exp., flexibility in accepting varied projects (not just programming, etc.), and willingness to travel. They also mentioned the long-term goal of new-hires (stay for 5 years) is for them to be consultants. I was impressed, they sound like they encourage growth and plan for the success of their employees.
They are a growing company here in the U.S. and mentioned the reason there are so many negative comments on glassdoor is because of the culture difference. They had a lot of spanish directors who work differently. They have since hired more US people and have solutions in place to address most of these concerns.
Interview Question – flexibility in accepting varied projects (not just programming, etc.) Answer Question
- Met some great, knowledgeable peolpe. However, the good seeds were few and far between and they were never management unless they were hired in.
- launchpad to a better company - gave me the experience I needed to be looked at by better firms… – Full Review
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