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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bengaluru
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile (Bengaluru) in Feb 2023
The HR representative who contacted me was very unprofessional. She was insistent on moving forward with the interview only if I accepted their low salary offer, which I did not. Eventually, she had to accept my demand and move forward with the interview. During the first round, the HR representative asked me basic questions about my past experience and said that she would schedule the next round of interviews herself. However, I cannot emphasize enough how unprofessional she was. She believed that candidates were always available for calls and would sometimes drop the call in the middle of the interview because she had forgotten about another call. During the second round, the HR representative was again late to join the interview and dropped the call in between to attend another call. After two weeks of scheduling and rescheduling calls, I was not shortlisted. It's a shame that they expect candidates to have phenomenal skills but are unwilling to pay the right amount for them. The compensation they offer is much lower than what is available in the market, and based on the HR representative's behavior, I am certain that the employees here are overworked and burnt out. I strongly recommend avoiding any interaction with this company. If a company cannot respect a candidate's time, I am one hundred percent sure that they do not care about their employees and treat them like slaves.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile
Their process are divided into 4 parts. It all started with a call from one of their Talent Acquisition, her name is Nishitha. She described the job requirements and interview process and I went ahead with the first round. - First round, Video technical round of around 30 minutes. - Second round, Live coding on small project, screen will be recording while your coding. It was quite fun and challenging. - Third round, A general get to know and basic technical round with their Associate Director. Once their director approves, you get a call for final round which is HR discussion, where you will discuss about the offer and notice period. HR team is open to any query you have. Here you will get the chance to connect with their Talent head Jailpal. He is very prompt in responding to any query related to the job and company. ***BOOM*** You got the offer. Cheers!
- What architectures have you used and how to implement them (coding)?
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Anonymous Employee in New Delhi
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile (New Delhi) in Dec 2021
The interview process was properly planned, there were 3 rounds: - The first one was on a meet, technical round where i was asked basic questions of my field. The second one was a code test round of 3 hours or so where I was given a task and had to finish whatever i could in that time The third round was more like a discussion about what I knew and what I wanted to do in future.
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Anonymous Employee in Hyderābād
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile (Hyderābād) in Nov 2021
I was contacted through a recruiter. The primary screening was on phone. I was asked about my experience and resume. All technical rounds were done on the video calls. In the Second technical round, A task was given. The task should be done online. All went well. The interview was very nice and friendly.
- Question related to the architecture and design pattern.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Hyderābād
I applied online. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile (Hyderābād) in Sep 2021
never had such a torturous interview experience in life . They want to hire people or torture people . Say them to show respect to people not defame or discourage them . I also take interviews , I reject people but I don't torture them or defame them . People are self obsessed and disrespectful. We need calm people when we are interviewing and not make them more uncomfortable . They only know what they know .
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Hyderābād
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile (Hyderābād) in Aug 2021
The recruiter directly contacted me via a call. The recruiter asked some basic questions like what is MVVM, have you worked in Kotlin, etc. The second round was after 1 weeks approx. They asked me basic android stuff like activity life cycle, design patterns, etc. The last round was after 2 weeks. They asked me to make a n*n TicTacToe game on android. I had a hard time implementing it. They asked for my code, I still had hope. Then the next day they mailed me saying you are rejected.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Mumbai
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile (Mumbai) in Aug 2021
I had completed 2 rounds of interview - 1 technical and other creating an angular project. The HR confirmed that I am selected for the client round which never happened.
- Create a weather widget using angular
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Mumbai
The process took 6 days. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile (Mumbai)
In the first round you will be asked a bunch of 20 questions and even after getting 18 of them right, you will still be rejected. No point wasting your time applying at a company which wants a 20/20 perfect candidate.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Austin, TX
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile (Austin, TX) in Jan 2021
I was contacted on LinkedIn and had a 30-minute Zoom call with an in-house recruiter. We talked about my experience and recent work for a few minutes while he looked at my resume for the first time. That lasted less than 10 minutes and seemed fairly normal. The odd part came next. The topic of when the company would return to the office came up, and he launched into a rant that meandered from the mistakes of returning to the office too soon to Austin real estate to gentrification and counterurbanization. He talked, almost without stopping, for the rest of our 30-minute call. He didn't talk about the role or the company at all. At some point he realized we were out of time and sort of came back to reality. He announced, sort of abruptly, that he had another meeting, and had to go. He asked me to email him my portfolio link, which is in bold at the top of my resume, which he'd had in front of him the entire time. Looking back, I am fairly certain the recruiter I spoke with was high. Obviously I can't prove this, but everything about his behavior suggested it. But whether he was high or not, it was a very strange and unprofessional conversation. I followed up afterward with a link to my online portfolio. I never heard anything after that.
- He asked what I had been up to lately, while looking at my resume.
I applied online. I interviewed at Mutual Mobile
Interview process was well thought and engaging. Appreciated the hiring manager's approach of making the candidate comfortable. The Interview process involved a pre-screening test, a business case-study followed by an interview with a strategist and a final interview with the director.
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Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at Mutual Mobile as 41.4% positive with a difficulty rating score of 3.07 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Software Engineer and IOS Developer rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for Facilities Coordinator and Senior UI/UX Designer roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at Mutual Mobile takes an average of 17.83 days when considering 32 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Product Manager had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Iteration Manager roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 60 days).
Common stages of the interview process at Mutual Mobile according to 32 Glassdoor interviews include:
Phone Interview: 37.31%
Group Panel Interview: 23.88%
One on One Interview: 16.42%
Skills Test: 7.46%
Background Check: 5.97%
Personality Test: 4.48%
IQ Intelligence Test: 1.49%