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Interviews at Plymouth Rock Assurance
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Boston, MA
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance (Boston, MA) in Mar 2021
Zoom interview with 3 supervisors for 3 0minutes and then and 1 Director 30 minutes. Fairly casual and given ample talking time as well as listening time. People were friendly and clear in their questions.
- Why do you want to work here?
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance
I was contacted by their recruiter. First-round was a technical phone interview. Then I was invited to their headquarter for an onsite. Overall, it was a nice experience. However, I feel that the onsite interview was too long.
- Stats, machine learning, and lots of case studies
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Newark, NJ
I applied online. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance (Newark, NJ) in Dec 2020
Usual stuff. Very high expectations for a low paying position. One phone call lasted about 30 mins and didnt get a second interview. Don't recommend this company. Insurance isnt the way to go either
- Describe yourself and your work experience
I applied online. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance
Interview process was designed well with multiple levels of interview. During first interview itself it was explained clearly about the entire interview process. The interview was conducted at various levels from architects to VPs and the process was clean and smooth.
- Explain about monolithic services into microservices architecture, technical details of architecture on dockers, kubernetes, challenges you have faced etc.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Boston, MA
I applied online. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance (Boston, MA) in Sep 2020
Applied via LinkedIn. The recruiter emailed me the next day and set up the first round of technical interview after a brief call. The recruiter was very helpful and got all the details that are required.
- Describe your current project that you are working on?
- What is constructor chaining in Java? How to chain constructors in same class?
- What is hashcode and equals contract in Java?
- What are the features of Java 7?
- What is clone method in Java?
- What is the difference of ArrayList and LinkedList? Where is LinkedList better than ArrayList
- Get the top 5 salaries in each department using Oracle
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Woodbridge, NJ
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance (Woodbridge, NJ) in Jul 2020
Got an email to schedule a phone interview which is great so you can be prepared. I'm not trying to complain but the recruiter seemed monotone and uninterested from the start. I Immediately knew I didn't get the job before she asked the first question. It was almost as if she was doing it to follow protocol.
- Basic "Tell me when you had to deal with a difficult customer" questions.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance in Apr 2020
Single phone interview, pretty relaxed. Didn't hear back so I had to contact the hiring manage myself, got the offer maybe a month after the interview. The waiting part was somewhat grueling but overall good experience.
- Resume Question, and skill based questions.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance in Apr 2020
I had two phone interviews not a bad process. Both interviewers were very nice. Asked a lot of questions and told me a lot about the position. After each conversation i was asked if i was still interested in the position
- How many applications have you use at once
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance in Nov 2019
Fast amazing. Great people made you feel like you were at home. Very laid back. Understanding. Easy to talk to. Great people over all. They introduce me to some people and showed me around. Went over the job and what it requires
- About myself
Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
I applied through an employee referral The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Plymouth Rock Assurance (Boston, MA) in Sep 2019
One week after I submit my resume, I got a technique phone interview. About two weeks later, I got an onsite interview invitation. Three one-by- one interviews. First one is manager asking questions about statistics. Then another employee asked me about python codes. kinda like leetcode problems. Last one is project manager.
- Walk me thought your resume Tell me your relevant project and why you think it is relevant of this position