I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Adecco in November 2013.
Interview Details Was very professional.
Interview Question – There was none. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiations. Quite simply a salary range.
Interviewed at Adecco
Interview Details I submitted an application to the Adecco office and they reviewed my abilities. They offered positions to me that were available at the time. It wasn't really an interview process, just making sure that I had no criminal history, did a cheek swab for the drug test and did a background check. They did check my references to make sure I was a quality worker.
Interview Question – No interview questions, it's a temp agency. Answer Question
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Adecco in September 2013.
0) Post you CV on HH.ru or SuperJob.ru
1) Get call from Adecco. Telephone interview
2) tet a tet interview #1 (adecco 1)
3) tet a tet interview #2 (adecco 2)
4) Telephone interview with Employer
5) tet a tet interview #3 (Employers HR Manager)
6) tet a tet interview #4 (Employers Project Manager)
7) Start working.
Interview Question –
7 levels of OSI model?
what is AD ?
What you do when TOP manager (in stress) is comming to you for supprot, but you can not support him according to policy ?
What to do when user is in stress asking for support? View Answer
Negotiation Details –
Be sure in yourself
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Adecco in August 2013.
Interview Details telephone interviews with 4 future subordinates. 2 in person interviews
Interview Question – How do you motivate people? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Salary was acceptable so, little to no negotiation other than start date.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Adecco in July 2013.
Interview Details The interview was fairly smooth. Total took about 2 weeks. An online examination session to be completed at home, including an English test, personality, and will-do will-fit test. Three face-to-face interviews. Met with direct report manager, director and CEO. (According to other employees, the candidate could also be interviewed by other team members).
Interview Question – What would you do if you could not meet the sales target? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Not much. The salary they offered because I was a fresh graduate and it was like a take it or leave it situation.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and the process took a day - interviewed at Adecco in June 2013.
Interview Details office not organized the receptionist was also a recruiter, i had to wait 29 min before being called. the person in charge of the office interview me but it was unprofessional. she did not asked many questions appeared to have an attitude, was arrogant and rude. dont waste your time here.
Interview Question – none, i did most of the taliking and asking and at the end she said i talked too much, was never contacted again. so i guess i did not get the job. lucky me! Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Adecco in April 2013.
Interview Details We had an in-person interview, then a follow-up phone interview, then a second in-person interview. Then I had a brief phone interview with Adecco's client then had a panel interview in person with client. After each contact with client, I had to call Adecco for a debriefing. There were many forms to fill out, including an agreement to arbitration. I also found out during the client interview that other Adecco candidates were being interviewed for the position as well.
Interview Question – What are you looking for in a work environment? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Adecco.
Broken record with this outfit: An initial email or telephone call will be issued from the company. If they have to leave a message on the initial contact, all bets are off: The agent you worked with will have already submerged like a submarine into the ether.
If an initial contact is successful, it's the millrun series of basic questions with little or no subsequent followup.
Interview Question – As each contact with this company was an initial intake interview (regardless of the fact each new contact was with a new agent each time), only the basic, most cursory qualifying statements and questions were used. At no time was the client, or their requirements discussed or mentioned in more than the most basic, nebulous terms. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Adecco.
After sending an email with my CV, I received a reply the very next day, which pleasantly surprised me. The interview was set for a week after their email.
The Interview was pretty straight forward, though I believe it was long. 1.5 hours for intern maybe it's a bit too much. There was a good background check, and every point that I had in my CV. Person needs to be prepared to answer different questions about your projects and research skills.
After the interview was over, I was told that I will be contacted in up to two weeks period. Two weeks passed, and I was not contacted. So after sending an email to them, I received a reply that they forgot to contact me, but it's kinda ok, because they cannot offer me the position.
Interview Question – Unexpected Question: Tell me what kind of theories and approaches you were using in your research project, and what did you conclude from it? (Having a research project that has been done couple of years ago, I wasn't able to remember up to the smallest details. Answer Question
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