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Entrevistas en Glassdoor
Entrevistas para los principales empleos en Glassdoor
- (112) Sales Development Representative
- (76) Account Executive
- (49) Customer Success Manager
- (32) Account Manager
- (25) Senior Software Engineer
- (24) Enterprise Account Executive
- (24) Senior Account Executive
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- (4) Talent Acquisition Partner
- (4) Customer Success
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- (4) SEO Specialist
- (4) Customer Support Specialist
Empleado anónimo en Londres, Inglaterra, Inglaterra
Me postulé a través de una recomendación de un empleado El proceso tomó 4 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor (Londres, Inglaterra, Inglaterra) en sep 2019
I first had a chat with the recruiter. Then a 1 hour zoom with the hiring manager. Then another 1 hour zoom with the hiring manager and 2 relationships managers (sales call/ presentation). Then Glassdoor organised me to fly from Dublin to London to have 3 more separate meetings. 4 different people. After that a final zoom interview with the senior director. As I was suggested for the hunter instead of growth role, I had another meeting with a different hiring manager. Then HR called me and told me I got it.
- Examples of complex clients I dealt with and how I solved them
Empleado anónimo en Chicago, IL
Me postulé a través de un reclutador. El proceso tomó 3 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor (Chicago, IL) en ago 2019
1. Initial call with recruiter 2. Phone Interview with hiring manager 3. Virtual presentation- deep dive on your background and sales scenarios 4. In person meeting with team, manager and VP of Sales
- Why Glassdoor?
Empleado anónimo en Chicago, IL
Me postulé a través de una recomendación de un empleado El proceso tomó 4 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor (Chicago, IL) en feb 2019
Over the course of a month, I went through about six rounds of interviews ranging from a phone screen with HR to a presentation via video conference to an onsite interview. Overall, things went very smooth and I felt comfortable throughout the whole process. Looking forward to starting at Glassdoor!
- Tell me about a time when you could've handled a client situation better.
Empleado anónimo en Chicago, IL
Me postulé a través de una recomendación de un empleado El proceso tomó 5 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor (Chicago, IL) en sep 2017
Spoke with the HR folks first. And then met with 2 of the members of the Enterprise team to discuss the role and get to know them a bit. After that I was booked to do a presentation based on some criteria and information that Glassdoor delivered to me. I did the presentation and got pretty good reviews. From there I met with the Senior Director for one last chat. I was offered the position a few weeks after that and happily accepted. The only thing that I would say that was a little rough to deal with was the uncertainty around the start date but once that was settled I was really excited to get started.
- How would you handle a client calling you about someone giving their company a negative review?
Candidato de entrevista anónimo
Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor
The interview process wasn't hugely difficult. 3 stages followed by an onsite series of 3 to 4 short interviews. Surprisingly the recruitment process left a lot to be desired considering it was Glassdoor. Poor communication and follow ups, I was constantly chasing on the next step that they had promised.
- What deal values do you have experience with?
Empleado anónimo en Mill Valley, CA
Me postulé a través de otra fuente. El proceso tomó 3 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor (Mill Valley, CA) en dic 2016
It was a very efficient yet comprehensive process. The process began with a recruiter screening call. Next step was a phone conversation with the hiring manager. After that I was provided with a deck and some materials to prepare for a virtual mock renewal presentation to three Glassdoor managers. Preparation was key. It's a great opportunity to dig in, gut-check and see if this is really something you get excited about and could see yourself doing long term. Last phase was onsite interviews in Mill Valley where I met with seven different members of the team. A long day, but a great opportunity to meet/engage with the team and see if Glassdoor would be a good cultural fit.
- Whiteboard out the number of Starbucks in Boston and explain your growth strategy to expand current market share.
Candidato de entrevista anónimo
Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 2 días. Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor
Applied online and received an email from a recruiter. We spent 20 minutes reviewing my resume and discussing my responsibilities at various points of my career. After our time was up, the recruiter told me that she would be passing along my info, but I would be unlikely to move forward due to a lack of "enterprise experience". I was shocked and underscored what I had just outlined, but apparently we didn't click. It certainly doesn't feel good to be a seasoned enterprise sales pro and to be told that you lack experience by a (and I'm guessing here) recently-graduated-in-my-first-job recruiter.
- Tell me what you did at "XYZ Company"...
Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Chicago, IL
Me postulé a través de una recomendación de un empleado El proceso tomó 3 meses. Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor (Chicago, IL) en dic 2015
Was referred by a current employee. Had an initial 45 min call with a recruiter and throughout the process had multiple calls and exchanged multiple emails with the same recruiter plus one additional recruiter who were both fantastic. They were thorough, helpful, and very knowledgeable, and they truly prepped me every step of the way. Hands-down, these recruiters are some of the best in the business. Next was an assessment with mostly challenging math questions. After passing that, I had 3 separate 20-30 minute calls (one via Skype) with 2 Sales Managers and the Senior Director of Sales. Focus was culture fit and questions to determine if my skills and background match what they're looking for. Made it to the next round which was a 30-minute GoToMeeting sales presentation (of my current company) to Director of Sales, Regional Head of Sales, and 3 Sales managers. The instructions said not to pitch a product and not to mention pricing so it was a bit challenging to pitch a concept without mentioning any products or rates. During the presentation they asked about rates, and it felt as if they wanted product information. Afterward I felt as if I had fallen short even though they were mainly assessing my sales style. The key here is to be more conversational than "presentational," which I did not do well in this setting. That was followed by an in-person interview with 3 separate people (VP of Sales, Sr. Director of Sales, and Sales Manager) - about 30 minutes each. Main focuses were culture fit and what I could bring to the team professionally. The 3 people I met with were professional yet so approachable that it felt as if I were immediately talking with old friends. I believe this is where I went wrong (by allowing myself to be too friendly and perhaps not as professional as I would be in a customer-facing meeting). Overall, the interview questions were qualifying and difficult in a good way. The overall experience was excellent, feedback was prompt, and senior leadership is sharp beyond anything I've seen in the industry. Unfortunately I am much better at doing my job than interviewing for jobs so I was disappointed I wasn't offered a position. I am still a huge fan of Glassdoor and can't wait to see how this company continues to raise the bar and disrupt the industry.
- Tell me about a time you had a challenging client and what you did to overcome the challenge.
Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Mill Valley, CA
Me postulé a través de un reclutador. Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor (Mill Valley, CA) en abr 2015
One word: "Disappointing." From beginning to end, I could not believe I was at the Company I had so admired from afar. The entire experience was lackluster at best. The only upside was working with a great recruiter whom I liked and respected. By way of synopsis, I arrived a few minutes prior to my 1:00 interview at Glassdoor HQ. At the same time I was signing-in, my first interviewer approached me with lunch in-hand, saying "You must be my 1:00 interview. I'm sorry - I just grabbed lunch." This faux pas set the three-series of interviews late by about 10 minutes each - during which time I had to verbally cram my qualifications for the role into no more than 20 minutes, while also addressing their inquiries. The most predominant feeling I left with was that no-one I met seemed at all enthused about Glassdoor. Sure, they SAID they loved the Company; but sans any conviction or emotion whatsoever. Perhaps, they forgot that Human communication is 20% verbal and 80% non-verbal. So, if you are saying something to a person but your body language says the opposite then you're not ... During my second interview with a manager, he stated that he would be taking notes on his laptop, but not to be put-off by it. He wanted to reassure how "attentive" the interviewers are during in-person interviews at Glassdoor - to the point that cell phones are no longer allowed to be brought in to interview meeting rooms. This was due to a prior issue/complaint by an interviewee whom felt slighted by a Glassdoor interviewer paying more attention to his/her phone than to the candidate. I replied, "Great - that makes sense." Only moments later, a cell phone began loudly ringing as I was talking, at which time my "attentive" interviewer embarrassingly reached into his front pocket, retrieved his phone, silenced it, and stuffed it back into his front pocket. All while not saying a word. Unreal. How is that for a complete loss of credibility?! Again, it seemed everyone was saying one thing, and acting out another. I know there are many people at Glassdoor who genuinely love the Company. And, I will continue to use the review services and job community for research purposes. But, my overall impression of the Company is - rightfully - completed deflated.
- If you had 9 balls, all of the same color and size - but, one weighed more than all of the others of equal weight - using a balance scale and only two opportunities to weigh the balls, how would you go about locating this ball?
Empleado anónimo en Mill Valley, CA
Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 2 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en Glassdoor (Mill Valley, CA) en ene 2015
Initial 30-minute interview to discuss background and opportunity with Recruiter - one week later, several rounds with hiring manager, director of group, VP of Sales, and potential teammate. After several interviews with the team, was invited to conduct an online mock presentation. Very informative from the team and was very forthcoming will questions around compensation, challenges, and company culture.
- Tell me about one of your best client experiences