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People Operations was asked...8 August 2018

behavioral questions – tell me when you faced a situation when

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It comes

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Every time i have to face a new situations And i always prepared for it

One Acre Fund

How have your experiences shaped your ability to work and lead a team?

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In my experience as [sic], I have managed a team of students tasked with producing content which will be read by thousands of readers in Academia. This experience has enabled me to gain a better understanding as to how to entice cooperation and teamwork and ensure deadlines are met. Additionally, my experience has taught that treating team members as equals and avoiding a vertical ladder approach is beneficial for fostering a productive environment. Less

I have led multi-disciplinary team of technical officers, finance and volunteers in managing child sponsorship fund with annual budget of 1000000 USD. The program needs to work with government partners, manage budget, issues and lead people. It has many many deadlines, meeting reporting requirements, review meetings, hosting gusts etc. Less

I have a lot of experience with farmers. I worked with them in Kayanza and Kirundi. I work without problem with them. in those which concerns the work in the team or the peopletion of a work in team I am well equipped because in SFL I organize events and I fare well Less

Google

How many people do you think Google screens every week ? How many people do you think in year?

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With questions like these, they're really trying to gauge your approach to problem solving. Think about what numbers are needed to answer a question like this. Google currently has around 50,000 employees. Let's assume they have an attrition rate of around 10% and a growth rate of around 5%. That means that they're going to need to replace around 5,000 employees, and their growth rate indicates they'll hire an additional 2500. In total, they'll probably hire ~7500 employees in the upcoming year. Let's say that it takes around 200 applicants for them to find the right one, so to hire 7500 employees, they'll need to look at 1.5 million applicants in that year. We can break that number down into applicants per week (1.5 million ÷ ~50), which comes out to around 30,000 applicants per week. But the number of applicants per week isn't always stable -- people might be more likely to apply for jobs in Q2, for example. So in any given week, you might expect the number of applicants to be somewhere between 15,000 and 45,000. Less

Probably about 2 million people a year. It would break down to ~39,108 candidates per week. That's screening applications. As far as actually getting an interview, that number would be a lot less. Less

Carbon Lighthouse

A fair amount of case studies and inbox exercise.

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Depends on situations

You're not the only one they're treating badly in the interview process. Hopefully these negative ratings will make they realize the inhumane treatment will come back to bite them in terms of getting the right candidates to trust their time investment in interviewing is actually worth it. Less

GoBear

What would you like out of the internship?

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I answered as truthfully as I could. I wanted to understand organisational culture and the lines of action that a corporation engaged in their day-to-day conversations. GoBear's unique position in the industry allowed me to see both the similarities and the differences of traditional corporate culture that I had to study during my academic semester. Also, I wanted to see how theoretical ideas of organisational culture are put into practice in an organisation. With the chaos of being a start-up, I wanted to see how GoBear could maintain their unique culture standing within the organisation and without. Less

Jasper Engines & Transmissions

Work experience

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I have a lot of it.

Slintel

1. Describe a strategy to help improve the culture score.

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Some points around Recognize and reward valuable contributions, Embrace and inspire employee autonomy and Give and solicit regular feedback Less

DonorsChoose.org

Describe a time when you had to learn something new and challenging?

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Describe a project you failed in and how did you overcome it?

Glossier

I'm not sure?

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All the questions were relevant to my experience and what I wanted to accomplish in my career. Less

Cloud Technology Solutions

Give an example of when you have dealt with a complex Employee Relations case

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Be sure to have clear examples of what you did and the effect it had on the business. The answer followed the STAR technique. My top tip is to have confidence in your experience and it will shine through :-) Less

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