I applied through other source and the process took 7 months - interviewed at Deloitte LLP in July 2013.
Interview Details 5 interviews with the hr manager and with the business unit leader. it took around 7 months.
Interview Question – none, it was a classic cv interview Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiation, in big4 everything is coded. you have this experience, you get this salary, with really few negotiation opportunities
I interviewed at Deloitte LLP in September 2011.
Interview Details The process starts with series of phone screening, and there are at least 3 face to face interviews. The offer letter and salary final detail are made at the very end of the process
Interview Question – The salary questions are the most difficult ones Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I did negotiate but the firm had the last world
I applied in-person and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Deloitte LLP in March 2011.
Interview Details It was really good. Interesting and friendly in all the stages of the hiring process
Interview Question – The most unexpected questions were done to the people I worked with in the past. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte LLP.
Interview Details I submitted my resume and application for a project attorney through Deloitte's on-line career website in response to a general recruitment posting. After approximately four weeks I received a call from Deloitte's Human Resources Department and an impromptu interview was conducted over the phone. The phone interview process was very superficial and covered the basics that one would expect these days, including past professional experience, information about Deloitte, and that any position offering was contigent upon a criminal background and credit history check. At the end of the phone interview a "group interview" with three members of the division I would be applying for was scheduled for the following week.
The "group interview" was conductd at Deloitte's office and conducted quickly, efficiently, and professionally. Myself, along with a group of approximately 12 other applicants were met in the Deloitte building's lobby just shortly prior to the time of the scheduled interview and taken up to the well apolstered main corporate lobby. The ages of the individuals varied from neophytes that appeared to be just out of college to very seasoned senior professionals. Soon after arriving in the corporate lobby, HR representatives greeted the group and we were separated out into smaller pods for the respective positions for which we were interviewing. I exited the lobby with a group of what I believe were others competing for the same position and was taken to another floor. Once there, we were each brought to our own individual interview rooms and awaited our interviewers. In all, I met separately with three individuals with Deloitte who spent exactly 30 minutes each with me. Based on the titles of each interviewer, it just so happened that I met the junior associate first and most senior last. I thought that each person I met was professional, asked appropriate interview questions, and answered the quesions I presented well. Overall, the three thirty minute interviews went by rather quickly and was a positive experience.
Interview Question – None of the interview questions were particularly difficult and were general in nature asking about the type of work I had done in the past. One of the interview questions did provoke thought since the position I was applying for deviated from my prior professional positions - asking if I would have a difficulties with the new role. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Deloitte LLP in August 2011.
Interview Details Received an initial phone screening from someone in HR. After that, I had two phone interviews. One was with the hiring manager, the other with another manager in the group. After those two phone interviews were considered successful, I had an hour long in-person interview with the hiring manager. A few days later, I was offered the job over the phone. I then had a call with the HR person again to discuss logistics and on-boarding.
Interview Question – Some very pointed, difficult questions to answer on my past employment. Due to my limited time at my previous job, they wanted to really make sure it was a good fit. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte LLP in June 2011.
Interview Details Phone interview by a recruiter
Phone interview by the HR
Phone interview by the Hiring Manager
Phone interview by a Technical Recruiter
Interview Question – Describe how to design a message based application with mainframe backend, Java middleware, green terminal frontend. View Answer
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Deloitte LLP in May 2009.
Interview Details I was contacted by a recruiter and was interviewed by him immediately over the phone. He liked what I said and scheduled a phone interview with a manager at Deloitte. The manager liked what I said and the recruiter scheduled me to fly out and interview with a Partner and senior management. I had an in person interview with 4 people. It took about 3 weeks to hear back, and I got the job.
Interview Question – Describe the steps to process data and host it for review. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation. I did not try to.
The process took 1+ week - interviewed at Deloitte LLP in April 2011.
Interview Details Answered job posted in Monster. Few days later received call from HR manager. Wanted to discuss job submitted for. Then scheduled telephone interview with one of the hiring managers. During interview the manager expressed reservations that I could work the normal 12-14 hour, 7 days. Hiring manager than ended interview with understanding that he would like for me to meet him and his team at their NY location. The HR manager coordinated the interview. Interview was held in the NY office and comprised of 4 separate sessions, one on one. The total time was 4 hours. Did not feel I got the job, and still sensed hiring manager doubted I would adapt to their work schedule. Within 3 days of the interviews, the HR manager called me to say that they decided to go with another candidate. I appreciated the opportunity of the interview and the professionalism of the HR manager. Would I like to work 12-14 hour days, 7 days a week. Something I could manage, but not something I need to worry about since I was not hired.
The process took 3 days - interviewed at Deloitte LLP in November 2009.
Interview Details interview went well, lots of questions and information wanted on former employer. Questions were related to more technical than project management. Wnated refrences before offer was made and proff of last salary. Very interested in what we did at former company and what there turnover rate was for 2009. Wanted a lot of numbers.
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