Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at ConAgra Foods.
Interview Details Good HR screening process by third party (in-house) group. Interview day includes hiring manager, 2-3 peers, and an HR manager. There is no organized interview process, nor a standard or guided questionnaire. During my interview process, almost all the interviewers spent the majority of the time talking...selling ConAgra to me.
The primary purpose of the interviews appears to see "if the person is a fit" within the organization. Personality and appearance are very important. Internal referral or reference is also very important.
Interview Question – Why do you want to leave your current employment? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Base salary, car and vacation days all negotiable.
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at ConAgra Foods in November 2013.
Interview Details Went to my school career fair and had an interview at the school a day after with 2 recruiters, they emailed me a few months after to come in for a site interview, site interview lasted for a day. They called me within a week later with an offer
Interview Question – There were not really any difficult questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took a day - interviewed at ConAgra Foods in May 2010.
Interview Details Very Easy interview process. Just general questions they ask in every interview.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work for ConAgra Foods Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Put on paper and you read and sign
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at ConAgra Foods in September 2013.
Interview Details one interview
Interview Question – are you able to work different shifts? View Answer
Negotiation Details – none
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at ConAgra Foods in July 2010.
Interview Details Behavioral interview process was efficient, fair, and met the key players you work with.
Interview Question – All questions were open ended or specific to the job and we're not difficult. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at ConAgra Foods in July 2010.
Interview Details Went very smoothly. The recruiting team at ConAgra was very efficient in their process and communications. I spent a half day at ConAGra meeting with multiple levels in the organization primarily in marketing. Questions were very standard questions. Everyone was polite and friendly and wanted to try to make you feel comfortable.
Negotiation Details – Smooth given it was through a recruiter
I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at ConAgra Foods.
Interview Details Applied online for the position through the company website. HR responded a couple days later to schedule a phone interview. First phone interview with HR was 30 minutes and general questions (why are you looking, applying for anything else, when could you start, etc). Then scheduled another phone interview to be conducted with the hiring manager. This was also 30 minutes but included more technical questions (what systems do you have experience with, what type of analysis have you performed). Third phone interview was another 30 minutes with a different person in HR. Felt more like a meet-and-greet, no serious questions. Then HR contacted me to schedule an on-site interview to last 3 hours.
On-site interview was 6 sets of 30-minute one-on-one interviews. No behavioral-type questions. It was more of a getting-to-know-you type of interview. All started and ended on time. They validated the parking after the last interview. Overall, everyone was very nice and the process went smoothly.
Approximately two days later I was given an offer and accepted. They even went ~5% above the minimum I said I needed to make the switch. After accepting, they completed a background, employment, and credit check. They also did a drug test (hair follicle). They verified my current salary via a paystub.
Interview Question – There weren't any particularly "difficult" questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Their application requested current salary, so that was the starting point. Because I was ok/stable in my current position, I felt that I had a bit more leverage. Also, I mentioned differences that would account for about a 5-10% bump (company provided gym, city tax, parking, tuition reimbursement differences). Ultimately, I gave them a minimum that I had to have to accept. They offered 5% above my minimum required amount.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at ConAgra Foods.
Interview Details I was hired in 1986 so it has most likely changed. I was interviewed by the Department Head and offered the job on the first interview.
Interview Question – I did not have this occur - I had 12 years experience for the position and they needed someone that could step in immediately Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was offered at the time in 1986 19,000/yr and the HR head came into the meeting and said if you want her you better make it worth her while and took the position at 21,000/yr.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at ConAgra Foods in September 2013.
Interview Details On-campus interview (2 @ 30 minutes). They mostly ask you to go over your resume and explain how much time you spend/spent on each item. Not intimating at all. Overall, very relaxed interview process. Received offer 2 days after interview. They give you 2 weeks to make your decision.
Negotiation Details – They are flexible with giving extensions if you need more time.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3+ weeks - interviewed at ConAgra Foods.
Interview Details Had three separate interviewing sessions before receiving an offer: 1. High Level with HR 2. Hiring Director 3. Multiple face-to-face with other managers and directors.
I was not given an accurate representation of the job I was offered. Be careful when working for this company, ConAgra is split into multiple divisions, each division has its own work environment. Some are very difficult workloads and some reasonable workloads.
Interview Question – None - all of them were very fair and straight-forward. No games or silly intelligence tests. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I did not negotiate, although I am 99% sure I could have negotiated a higher salary.
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