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Business Systems Analyst Interview (Negative Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Epsilon.
Interview Details Disorganized/Take it are Leave it Mentality
Interview Question – Detailed Specific Questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Take it of Leave it within ASAP !!
Business Systems Analyst Interview (Negative Experience)
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Epsilon in May 2013.
Interview Details I responded to a posted ad and applied on the company web site. Their internal recruiter left a message saying he that the company urgently wanted to move forward and asking me to call him. I left two voice mails within the next 24 hours and got no response after 3 days.
Business Systems Analyst Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Epsilon in March 2009.
Interview Details On school campus interview, followed by an on-site interview at the office. On-site comprised of three interviews with managers.
Interview Question – No unexpected questions. Most difficult to answer is what do you know about database marketing. Answer Question
Business Systems Analyst Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
The process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Epsilon in February 2012.
Interview Details People seemed nice enough but a long and intense work culture. Interview process took several positive steps and without any indication as to why communication stopped. After waiting 2 weeks and hearing nothing from any of the individuals I spoke with, I reached out to HR, who then promptly responded saying they chose another candidate, just that day...coincidence or CYA?
Very Easy Interview
Business Systems Analyst Interview (Negative Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Epsilon in October 2011.
Interview Details I was very underwhelmed with this company's recruitment process.
1) They post the same position multiple times in the same week, except it is a different job code because the team is different. Otherwise, the description is exactly the same. So, you have to apply to each one. I received 'no thanks' auto replies to 5 of the SAME JOB on the SAME WEEK I was contacted for one of them.
2) The recruiter called to schedule a phone interview for later in the week. Then, she completely missed the appointment and I had to track HER down.
3) Because she took the time to schedule something, I was expecting a more in-depth phone interview. Instead, I got a few rookie questions: "What position did you apply for? What is your understanding of the position? Where do you want to be in 3 years?" Are you KIDDING me? You set up a time slot for a 5 minute conversation that was clearly designed to ensure I wasn't a complete idiot? Couldn't you have done that the first time we spoke?
At any rate, she said she would submit my resume, and then I never heard back. That's fine, if the reviews I read on glassdor are any indication of the company culture.
Business Systems Analyst Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Epsilon in April 2010.
Interview Details The interview started late and communication from in house staffing was only adequate. My in person interview consisted of three one hour panel interviews with different customer service groups. Each group had different qualities that they expected in a candidate as they were all focused on different customer industries. I was never instructed as to what the exact position for which I was interviewing would be, but I tried to tailor my responses to how the panel led the interview.
After my screening interview and panel interviews and had to take two online skills and general knowledge tests of about 45 questions each. I have yet to hear back from the employer.
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