I have been working at Baker Hughes full-time (More than 3 years)
a good place to start your career and grow to any level you want
difficult to balance work and family for field employees
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Baker Hughes (Houston, TX) in February 2017.
Applied online and after a couple of days received an email asking me to complete the digital interview through Hirevue.
Same drill - 10 questions, 30 sec prep, 3 minutes to answer, no mulligans. It was a little intense. I was running out of "real examples" to give.
The following day I received an email congratulating me and stating that I have successfully passed the initial interview stage, my application will be passed to second selection stage, and I would be recommended as a suitable candidate. To keep your ego in check, at the end of the email they write, "Please remember that your status makes you eligible for the second round interview, but does not guarantee you will be selected to attend."
Now I wait.
The interview questions posted here are one-sentence, truncated versions of what they really ask during the digital interview. Yes, they cover the general idea of the question, but some literally have 8+ questions within a single question that I assumed we had to answer on the fly as well.
So here I break bread for all the help I received. I posted the ten complete questions in the order I received them.
Good luck gentlemen.