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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bengaluru
I interviewed at HP Inc. (Bengaluru)
The questions were quite easy but due to lack of knowledge, i could not pass the bar, i will try better next time to get a job at hp company situated in bangalore
- introduce yourself? and how would you fit into the company
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Taipei
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at HP Inc. (Taipei)
The hiring manager continued to ask about how the current company creates certain functions and structures which is stealing tech more than wanting to hire. Need to be careful. If possible, I will try to avoid this company in the future.
- past working experience and how to handle client and global situations
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bangalore Rural
I applied through college or university. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at HP Inc. (Bangalore Rural) in Sep 2023
It's good process they select based on the previous college and degree marks above the 70% then go ahead with the three step like opti exam and two levels of interview
- It's confidential, but there are question about domain knowledge were asked
I interviewed at HP Inc.
Starting from screening interview by phone. This is followed by an interview with the hiring manager. The next stage is interviewing with senior leader of the team. After these, the process is continued with the offer.
- Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Anonymous Employee in Singapore
I interviewed at HP Inc. (Singapore)
It was very smooth. Hiring manager was very calm and nice to speak too. The questions she asked are very clear. Aside from work related questions, they will transit to your personal development aside from work
- Asking about your personal achievements outside from work space
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dallas, TX
I interviewed at HP Inc. (Dallas, TX)
Had to present my portfolio, discuss my design process, and delve into documentation specifics. The environment was supportive and straightforward. I had the privilege of speaking directly with the department head
- What was your design process behind this project
Anonymous Employee in Bucharest, Bucuresti
I interviewed at HP Inc. (Bucharest, Bucuresti)
3 interviews, very well structured. The interviews were scheduled quickly and the details received helped me prepare. I met the hiring manager, the recruiter and another person. I would say that some preparation would help, especially for the questions about past experience.
- Questions about my past experience and some situations and how I managed them.
Anonymous Employee in Bengaluru
I interviewed at HP Inc. (Bengaluru)
I had one phone interview, which it was technical on basics of OOPS. Onsite, I had two rounds of technical interviews, which was based on data structures, OOPS, and design patterns. I had one round of managerial interview and had questions from logical reasoning. I had one round of HR interview to discuss about job role. 2. Onsite - Two rounds of Technical interviews. 3, Onsite - 1 round of managerial interview. 4. Onsite - 1 round of HR interview.
- I have been asked about my previous project which I have done the design for a major feature.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Singapore
I applied online. I interviewed at HP Inc. (Singapore)
I am uncertain about the number of rounds of interviews since I didn't pass the first round with the hiring manager. The first interview was about an hour long and it covered mainly behavioural fit questions and a few questions on technical skills (e.g. excel).
- -Tell me about yourself -Since you mentioned that u are an introvert, how do you spend your free time? -Do you prefer stakeholder engagement or data analysis? -How important is work life balance to you? -Are you familiar with vlookup and index in excel?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Fort Collins, CO
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at HP Inc. (Fort Collins, CO) in Aug 2023
Smooth, comfortable, inviting. Interviewers were very open, honest and candid. Definitely made me feel welcomed and relaxed. Really enjoyed the level of detail and depth they went into. Had an inital 45ish min meeting with Hiring manager over zoom, then three, 3-4 person panel interview with technical staff (in first panel), managers (in 2nd panel) then Sr Tech staff (in 3rd panel). I felt interviewers were all very friendly and open, created an excellent environment for me to feel comfortable and share my knowledge and background. Took a while (about 2.5 weeks) to hear a result (rejection), but I think that was due to me being the 2nd choice. My guess is they probably extended offer to their preferred candidate & then had some negotiations, so kept me waiting in the wings. No biggie, I've done similar in their position. Overall, a great experience, and a great company. I will continue applying.
- They gave me a pre-interview architecture assignment.
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Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at HP Inc. as 69% positive with a difficulty rating score of 2.82 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Senior Research Engineer and Senior Mechanical Design Engineer rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for IT Developer and Collections Analyst roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at HP Inc. takes an average of 31.59 days when considering 496 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Software Engineer II had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Project Management roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 180 days).
Common stages of the interview process at HP Inc. according to 496 Glassdoor interviews include:
Phone Interview: 20.18%
One on One Interview: 19.91%
Group Panel Interview: 11.43%
Drug Test: 11.06%
Background Check: 6.73%
IQ Intelligence Test: 6.54%
Skills Test: 5.07%
Personality Test: 2.86%