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OgilvyOne Worldwide markets to the individual. One of the world's largest customer relationship management and direct marketing firms, OgilvyOne helps clients attract and retain customers through digital marketing, direct mailings, and telemarketing, among other ... Read more

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    I worked at OgilvyOne full-time

    Pros

    Great teams, positive encouragement, best career progression

    Cons

    Unstable business can lead to a lot of pressure.

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OgilvyOne Interviews

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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at OgilvyOne (New York, NY) in June 2009.

    Interview

    The new office on 11th avenue is great although the neighbourhood is quite run down and for most people who commute from outside the city it will be a bit out of the way. The scheduling and decision was quick. Nice friendly people treated me to lunch. An interviewer was off sick and I wasn't informed which left me wondering what to do and who to contact...felt like I had been stood up. Very few if any technical questions. Mostly questions revolved around previous job experience pertinent to the position I was interviewing for. Weird though that when I asked of of the interviewers about professional development he answered that it wasn't a company where one would like to stay for long. Besides usua l prepare questions on:
    1. How you made a mistake in a previous job and what steps you followed to remedy.
    2. Your top 3 professional achievements
    3. What would your last boss say about you
    4. Describe how you made recommendations to non-technical audience.
    5. What would make you leave your job in future.
    Over all an average interview and I hope positive results.

    Interview Questions

    • What would you previous boss say about you/   3 Answers
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