I have been working at Unilever as an intern (Less than a year)
good pay, good environment, great employees
expect to work a lot
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Unilever (Englewood Cliffs, NJ (US)) in December 2019.
Saw the job posting online, applied and was invited to play games testing your skills/personality and submitted a welcome introduction through HireVue. Asked 5 basic questions on screen and you answered with videos of yourself (you had around 1 minute to respond). Then, there was another interview through HireVue asking more in depth questions, and a case-study at the end. Unilever uses AI to scan through these answers so they are looking for specific body language and specific words. Look at their policies and mission statements before hand; sustainability is huge for them. Make direct eye contact with camera. I applied in the beginning of applications opening (November) and got an email in December saying I was picked for a discovery day center. They fly you out and pay for your hotel stay/food and car service. You go to your hotel the day before, wake up, get on a shuttle, and will be with your group for the day of about 5-10 people. There was supposed to be a case-study we all worked on and then interviews, but they skipped the case-study and half the group had interviews directly with the hiring manager (data science interns) while the other half of us - more project-management IT based - had four, 1-hour long interviews with high-ranking employees. Each interview was a different style depending on the person interviewing us - one interview introduced situations and We heard back a month or so later - they usually are a lot faster with their decisions.