- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at dunnhumby full-time (More than a year)
Excellent exposure to clients
Interesting work with data
Long working hours
Workload due to too many clients is overwhelming
The relationship with Tesco is disappointing
Uncertain times with redundancies
Advice to Management
Reward hardworking employees and promote internally
Encourage employees to experience different areas of the business to further develop
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I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at dunnhumby (Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)) in August 2018.
The interview process consisted of an initial HR screening. They then contacted me to schedule a HR phone interview. One day before this call, I was emailed to say they had made a mistake, it was actually an onsite interview with a manager and senior analyst. This was very short notice and a very different interview in terms of preparation, but I agreed.
At the onsite interview they asked about my background, CV etc. and also asked me to do an SQL test. This was frustrating since after the initial confusion, I specifically asked what the format of the interview would be and this test was not mentioned.
In the next round, I was told there would be an SQL test. This of course was not the case since I had already completed it. The interview (2 hours) actually consisted of:
- another interview with the manager and different member of the team
- a presentation (10-15 mins) which you prepare in advance
- a section where they give you half an hour to look at some data and then ask your opinion on a question (no real right or wrong answer here)
- a section where they ask you how you would approach various client problems they have faced (high level)
I was not offered a job but I was disappointed with the miscommunication throughout the interview process. I also found HR quite unresponsive throughout so it was difficult to schedule interviews/get feedback etc.