I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Unilever.
Interview Details Environment looks amazing..but the interviewer was extremely negative minded....I was interviewed in the lobby for a senior post
Interview Question – Negative questions to screeen you out View Answer
Interviewed at Unilever
Agency called for interview
Then hr from Unilever
After that interview with line manager then function director
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I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Unilever.
I applied online and received an invitation for a phone interview within a week. I set up an appointment and had a wonderful interview. The recruiter called on time and was very pleasant. She asked about my resume and experience. Afterwards the recruiter walked me through the position and the main intricacies of it along with what the hiring manager what looking for. We spoke for the better part of an hour and then I was told of the next 3-4 steps in the interview process. I was given the impression that with my sales background and education, I should expect to hear back within the next 3-5 days on how the status of my application. I took this as a sign that I would proceed with the next step, a second phone interview.
About 5 days later, I received a generic email telling me they were going forward with other candidates.
Interview Question – What experience do you have negotiating contracts? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Unilever.
1)Apply online through their website
– write many short essays
- transcript , CV, coverletter
2) Received an email about phone interview after a month
- detail arrangement of the date and time
3) Phone interview for around 1 hour – in English
starting by explanation of phone interview process
4)Invited for assessment day at headquarter in bangkok
Interview Question –
Why should we hire you?
Why do you think you are suitable for this position? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Unilever in September 2013.
They are very accommodating throughout the process, paying up to £100 of your travel costs and putting up in a hotel before the assessment centre. The morning of the assessment centre, you and around 5 other candidates will be taken from the hotel to the Unilever headquarters in Leatherhead.
Here your day will begin, as you are placed in a room and given an unbelievable amount of information to analyse, after which you will have to present the key points for around 20 minutes. My best advice for this task would be: time management.....sift through the waffle introductory information as fast as possible so that you can get to the crux of the matter and time to actually think about it.
Next is the one-on-one interview.....basically the same stupid questions as the telephone interview that you are required to lie about: "please provide an example of a time when you have displayed super powers and single handedly improved relations between North and South Korea........ect"
Finally you are put into a room with all the other candidates and asked to have a group discussion based on more wads of information regarding a business merger. This task should be fairly straight forward as you should basically be active in the discussion, but not overpowering. For me this stage was a complete mystery, as the guy who eventually got the job was completely unwilling to listen to anyone else's point of view.....
Interview Question –
Why do you want to work for Unilever?
- you somehow have to seem excited about selling shampoo Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Unilever in August 2013.
Internship hiring process is getting increasingly challenges. There are 4 rounds in total
1. Application - A test of your motivation in writing at least 4000 words worth of responses
2. Reasoning test
3. Phone interview - this is where the responses in your application form will come in handy 4. Assessment centre - 1 individual case presentation, 1 1-1 interview with HR business partners and 1 group case discussion.
Interview Question – Why do you want to join Unilever? View Answer
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