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I interviewed at Wrike
The interview process is a multiple-stage process for hiring new employees. The stages mainly comprise job interviews held either one-on-one, with a group of candidates, or with a panel. Interviews are conducted in person, over the phone or by email, or via video conferencing tools.
- 1. How would you describe great customer service? Why does it matter? 2. Please describe the most memorable customer service experience you've ever had - whether it was good or bad - and explain what is so good or bad about it. 3. Wrike is currently supported for the latest two versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and IE/Edge. We're planning to discontinue support for IE 10 completely in the coming months, but as of now there are still customers who are using it, and a few strategic accounts who we know won't be happy with that phase-out. How would you go about communicating this imminent change and handling any aftershocks? 4. What was the last technical issue you've experienced with your PC and how did you solve it?
Anonymous Employee in USAF Academy, CO
I interviewed at Wrike (USAF Academy, CO)
When I was in the Wrike, inc’s interview process, it was very smooth and I felt comfortable. There were no irregularities that I think. These opportunities which I experienced were nice.
- What is your most valuable assets
Anonymous Employee in Prague
I interviewed at Wrike (Prague)
1. Long process - very many calls before the final decision has been made 2. Logic Test - back in the day (not applicable anymore) was the worst thing to do when you dont even know if you passed or not 3. 5-6 rounds in total
- General questions about Success example and more related to managing difficult situations with clients
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Nicosia, Nicosia
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Wrike (Nicosia, Nicosia)
First interaction was a quick 30 minute hr call. Second was a tech. Interview with an engineer from the team and the team lead of about 1.5 hour. Interview went deep into linux, kubernetes and sysadmin stuff in general. Third interaction was hr call with feedback that i did not pass the tech interview. Very quick process that although it didn’t have the desired response for me it left me a good impression for the company and how it operates.
- Linux processes and their values when viewed from the top command
Anonymous Employee in Prague
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Wrike (Prague)
Super fast, the recruiter was amazing and helpful, communication was flexible. I especially appreciated that the recruiter checked with me regularly after each interview. The only problem was a language barrier, some potential colleagues didn't have English on a fluent level.
- Tell us about a time when you had to solve a difficult problem
I interviewed at Wrike
Simple quick interview process – had an offer within a week. Multiple round same day process. Pretty surface level interview process. Simple quick interview process – had an offer within a week. Multiple round same day process. Pretty surface level interview process.
- Tell me about yourself Time when you faced adversity
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dublin, Dublin
I applied online. I interviewed at Wrike (Dublin, Dublin) in May 2023
After I send my application, the HR Manager contacted me to have an interview. It was easy, and he explained me that would have followed another interview with the SDR account manager, then with the Account Executive and at the end a MOCK call.
- - What do you know about Wrike? - What do you expect from this experience? - What is your salary expectation? - Have you ever worked with targets?
Anonymous Employee in Tallinn
I interviewed at Wrike (Tallinn)
The interview procedure at the firm was extensive and detailed, with four rounds. The questions were well-thought-out and relevant to the job. Overall, I found the process to be professional and helpful in learning the company's principles and culture.
- Why are you interested in working for the company?
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Wrike in Apr 2023
My initial call with the recruiter was disappointing. Despite the recruiter repeatedly insisting that it was only an introductory call and there would be no technical questions, she still went ahead and bombarded me with technical queries where she didn't have the expertise to evaluate correctly. And as if that wasn't bad enough, she interrupted me every couple of sentences, making it nearly impossible for me to finish a thought. It was a completely unprofessional and disrespectful experience.
- Q: Types of UX research you use
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Prague
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Wrike (Prague) in Apr 2023
The 1st round is with the recruiter about you and your expectations, then 2nd very technical round is with the hiring manager about you and a technical interview, and later, feedback is provided separately.
- Q: How do you know you run on a virtualized machine?
Wrike Interviews FAQs
Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at Wrike as 56.6% positive with a difficulty rating score of 3.03 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Frontend Engineer and Online Community Specialist rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for Product Marketing and Director of Sales Development roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at Wrike takes an average of 26.34 days when considering 166 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Sales Management had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Business Analyst roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 90 days).
Common stages of the interview process at Wrike according to 166 Glassdoor interviews include:
Phone Interview: 23.56%
One on One Interview: 17.62%
IQ Intelligence Test: 9.96%
Drug Test: 8.81%
Personality Test: 8.81%
Group Panel Interview: 7.66%
Background Check: 4.98%
Skills Test: 3.07%