- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at DLB full-timePros
Industry leader in mission critical engineering.
Access to plenty of technological resources.
Outstanding health and 401k benefits.
Knowledgeable and capable senior staff.
Ample opportunities for professional development.
Long hours are the norm, not the exception.
Company culture can be demanding to adapt to.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at DLB.Interview Details
I saw the job inquiry on an internet job board and applied. Within a few hours I had already received an email asking if I was still interested in the position. Upon confirming, I was asked when I was available for a phone interview with the HR department. The phone interview was essentially about the companies' history, dynamic workplace, polices and my background. I was asked to send in a writing sample about the companies policies, why I would fit in, etc. This was to be no more than two pages.
After submission of the paper, they asked if I could schedule an in person interview. After confirming a date, the day of the interview approached. I met with the HR department and was then lead back to a Microsoft software "test" which demonstrated my knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook, etc. It essentially was a program which gave a question then asked you to achieve an action. Once the examination was over, I was lead back into one of the breakout rooms.
I then first had the HR department go over the benefits, vacations, etc. Following this, I met with the company managers and members of the team in varying 2 people and 1 person methods. Some asked about my background, some asked about certain situations and how I reacted, if I would be willing to travel, work overtime etc., others asked some technical questions. Once complete, I was given a tour of the facility asked if I had any more questions and it ended. The entire process was over 5 hours (not fun). Next, I sent my follow up thank yous and such to the hiring staff.
I then waited....and waited....and waited and after a few weeks I had heard nothing from the company. I emailed requesting a status update and nothing happened. I have neither heard nor received anything to this day. Very rude in my opinion. I would have appreciated at least a "thanks but no thanks" email.Interview Questions
No OfferAverage Interview
- A few technical questions which were not too bad and a lot of STAR approaches. The worst part was the initial Microsoft test analysis at the beginning which took over an hour. Answer Question
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