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Senior Recruiter was asked...July 1, 2014

How would you deal with a difficult hiring manager during a consultative discussion?

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I would first listen to what he or she had to say in regards to their expectations for the JD. Ask questions in regards to their must haves, nice to have, and etc. I would ask specific questions in regards to what would you perfect candidate look like? How many years of bkgd experience, which particular platform, quotas and attainments? Do you have anyone in mind that would be an excellent fit? Do you have a sample of their resume? I would hope to put their mind at ease, that I know their needs and will be able to locate the perfect candidate for the role - actually raise the bar even higher than they had in mind - with a top-notch quality candidate that has exceeded what PRFT has in mind for annual quota. Less


What are some sources for identifying/building a talent pool?

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Youtube presentations


What would you do if candidates kept making it to the face-to-face stage after successful phone interviews, only to bomb technically?

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I said I would better communicated with the phone interviewers as to why they were accepting candidates through. Less


How would I hire 1000 engineers without an interview?

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It's easy if you are going for quantity over quality. The question didn't specify. Less

By a designed program, in my practical experience, we call it " on-job-training." simply, school enrollment methods. However, this type of interview Qs often came less-detailed to determine behavioral responses from the candidate. Less

i would prepare a technical and behavioural assessment

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Aarvi Encon

Would i be ready to work full day on alernate saturdays ?

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Thanks for the reply and trust showing in Aarvi and helping us to improve and better. this will definitely help us more to improve ourself and make sure it will not happen with any other person.Thanks again. Less

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Prismagic Solutions

What do I do when I have nothing to do?

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Where do you see yourself in the coming 05 years?

They want to know what do you do in your spare time. Answer this as you like to watch a movie/Web Series, playing video games/any sport, reading a book, etc. in your spare time. Less


How do you lead others?

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I answered appropriately, though the expectation was I would be an individual contributor. Less

I can only imagine who the manager was when this went down. Amazing!


How would I solve problems if I were from Mars?

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How would you solve problems if you were from Mars?

The answer was to provide thoughts and logic that is beyond of this planet. To prepare to think and solution in a manner that is far out of the norm and traditional. Less


Why do you think you would be a fit for our team?

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They ask you this to make sure that you did your research on what you are interviewing for and to make sure there is some form of investment on your part. Less

Honestly, I possess all the skills and experience that you’re looking for. I’m pretty confident that I am the best candidate for this job role. It’s not just my background in the past projects, but also my people skills, which will be applicable in this position. On the other hand, I am a self motivated person and I try to exceed my superior’s expectations with high-quality work. Being a fast learner, I quickly pick up business knowledge related to my project. Lastly, I would like to add that I work well both as an individual contributor and also as a team member. Collectively, all these skills put together makes me a complete package for this job. Less


WPT test.

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They have a very high passing score. If you fail, you don't get the job.

The high passing score and personality test requirement for high dominance/low patience profiles only creates an environment of overbearing, smart but egotistical people with little or no domain expertise. In other words, superiors who will treat you condescendingly but not actually know anything about the details of the business or key product functionality. Run - don't walk -- before even taking the tests. Focus your efforts in finding a position with a more functional organization. Less

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