Questions posées lors d'un entretien d'embauche de Emerging Leaders Program: Operations and Technology chez Nielsen

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J'ai postulé via un établissement d'enseignement supérieur ou universitaire. J'ai passé un entretien chez Nielsen

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Behavioral Based Interview that took place on my college campus, we were in a large union room with multiple other interviews going on at once, so you had to make sure to pay attention to your interview and try and block out the background noise, it also made it more relaxed though

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Candidat anonyme à un entretien, New York, NY

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J'ai postulé via un établissement d'enseignement supérieur ou universitaire. Le processus a pris 1 semaine. J'ai passé un entretien chez Nielsen (New York, NY) en Sep 2018

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Called in for a 1-hour onsite interview at their manhattan offices. Brought through the office with another interviewee, after which we went into separate rooms for the actual interview. Afterwards, we sat down with someone in the program to talk next steps.

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  • How would you design a new social media platform
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J'ai postulé via un recruteur. Le processus a pris 2 mois. J'ai passé un entretien chez Nielsen (Orlando, FL) en Sep 2018

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In person interview, 2 on 1. Asked pretty typical interview questions, as well as a system design question on a piece of paper. The second phase is a group setting with tasks given to the groups meant to test your critical thinking, along with one on one interviews during a multi day process.

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  • Design and write down a basic diagram of a campus wide announcements system that can send out alerts to everyone on campus
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J'ai passé un entretien chez Nielsen

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Began with a phone call from the recruiter. Questions that were asked: "Why Nielsen?", "Where do you see yourself in 10 years?", "Why do you think you'd be a good fit?". After that, I had another phone call interview with a Nielsen associate who asked me questions about the SDLC lifecycle. Both conversations went very smoothly. About 4 days before the interview, I received a case study and some background information on what Nielsen does to review for the final interview. The case study was very technical with a lot of jargon. The background information was very easy to understand. I was flown out to Chicago for the final round with an expense sheet for food and transportation. The hotel is payed for. Unfortunately, it seemed very unorganized. I was not provided the correct flight information upon arrival the airport. Once in Chicago, I was told that the hotel had not been paid for and I had to contact my recruiter to get it figured out adding stress to my night when I had my interview in the morning. I was reimbursed immediately by the hotel and they apologized. The next morning, I got a tour of the building and began my first interview shortly after the tour. The first interview was the case study and it was given by two associates. It was very difficult for me because I wasn't told that I could use the case study during the interview, so I was pulling most of it from memory until they told me at the END OF THE INTERVIEW that I could use it. They asked a lot of questions to judge analytical thinking. The second interview was behavioral interview and it was given by two associates who had already attended the program. It was very easy and they were very friendly. After the interview process, I was told to bring my luggage to lunch with me because I would be leaving afterwards. I felt that this was very awkward to carry around with me. I met with three associates for lunch at a place of their choosing. They asked me a couple more questions about what I wanted out of the program and gave some advice; overall a nice experience - nothing too complex. Overall, the process was very stressful because it seemed a bit unorganized, but everyone at the company is very nice. If the travel had gone more smoothly, I would have rated this as a positive experience as opposed to no opinion. It wasn't good, but it wasn't bad. You must succeed on both the case study and the behavioral questions. I only did well on the behavioral and I did not get chosen.

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Began with a phone call from the recruiter. Questions that were asked: "Why Nielsen?", "Where do you see yourself in 10 years?", "Why do you think you'd be a good fit?". After that, I had another phone call interview with a Nielsen associate who asked me questions about the SDLC lifecycle. Both conversations went very smoothly. About 4 days before the interview, I received a case study and some background information on what Nielsen does to review for the final interview. The case study was very technical with a lot of jargon. The background information was very easy to understand. I was flown out to Chicago for the final round with an expense sheet for food and transportation. The hotel is payed for. Unfortunately, it seemed very unorganized. I was not provided the correct flight information upon arrival the airport. Once in Chicago, I was told that the hotel had not been paid for and I had to contact my recruiter to get it figured out adding stress to my night when I had my interview in the morning. I was reimbursed immediately by the hotel and they apologized. The next morning, I got a tour of the building and began my first interview shortly after the tour. The first interview was the case study and it was given by two associates. It was very difficult for me because I wasn't told that I could use the case study during the interview, so I was pulling most of it from memory until they told me at the END OF THE INTERVIEW that I could use it. They asked a lot of questions to judge analytical thinking. The second interview was behavioral interview and it was given by two associates who had already attended the program. It was very easy and they were very friendly. After the interview process, I was told to bring my luggage to lunch with me because I would be leaving afterwards. I felt that this was very awkward to carry around with me. I met with three associates for lunch at a place of their choosing. They asked me a couple more questions about what I wanted out of the program and gave some advice; overall a nice experience - nothing too complex. Overall, the process was very stressful because it seemed a bit unorganized, but everyone at the company is very nice. If the travel had gone more smoothly, I would have rated this as a positive experience as opposed to no opinion. It wasn't good, but it wasn't bad. You must succeed on both the case study and the behavioral questions. I only did well on the behavioral and I did not get chosen.

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Nielsen

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J'ai postulé via la recommandation d'un employé J'ai passé un entretien chez Nielsen

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Got a referral from someone that got me into the process. Very straightforward and was easy to get through. They are really nice and it has always been a dream to work for this company.

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Nielsen

Candidat anonyme à un entretien, Tampa, FL

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J'ai postulé via un établissement d'enseignement supérieur ou universitaire. J'ai passé un entretien chez Nielsen (Tampa, FL)

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The process was fantastic. The invitational in Tampa is well put on and thought out. It is highly competitive though as the best students from across the country are there.

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Candidat anonyme à un entretien, Tampa, FL

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J'ai postulé via un établissement d'enseignement supérieur ou universitaire. Le processus a pris 4 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien chez Nielsen (Tampa, FL)

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Got called back the day after the career fair to do an on-campus. The interview was one-on-one and mostly behavioral. After a few days I got contacted to be flown out for a 2 day interview event in Tampa. The first day was a swanky dinner and talk/Q&A by some execs. The second day was a case study, team case study, and "leadership" interview (which was basically another behavioral).

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Employé anonyme, Tampa, FL

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J'ai postulé via un recruteur. Le processus a pris 3 jours. J'ai passé un entretien chez Nielsen (Tampa, FL) en Oct 2016

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I've had an overall fantastic experience with Nielsen. My process started with on-campus recruiting. They came to my school's career fair; I went up to the Nielsen booth and, after being screened with questions about GPA and general information, spoke with multiple leaders there. I was invited to interview the next day, as well as a mixer that night. I had two 50-minute interviews. Both were behavioral questions, but not a typical leadership interview. Very conversational and flowed effortlessly. The interviewers were very personable and overall awesome people. About a week later, I was contacted by a recruiter and told that I was invited to the invitational in Tampa for the ELP Operations position. I just went through that invitational. It was fantastic; it included a nice dinner and face time with company leaders (there was a keynote from one of the VPs!), a Hilton hotel stay, delicious meals and swag bags, and panels from past ELP associates. It was very well-organized. The first day was a relaxing welcome. The second day was three interviews, starting at 8 AM: a team challenge, a leadership interview, and a case study interview.

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  • On-campus interviews: - Tell me about a time you failed either personally or professionally. - Tell me about a time when you had to change your approach to make something more efficient. - Tell me about an initiative you started or a time you took charge. - Tell me about a time you challenged a process. Team challenge: - We were emailed two articles to look over relating to TV ratings and the importance of panels before the invitational. You were broken into teams of people in your track (for me, Operations) and given a challenge to come up with solutions for how to make Nielsen's "TV family" data more reliable and high-quality while not increasing company costs. I had a great team. We came up with multiple solutions during about an hour period and then presented on them to Nielsen leaders. It was casual. Leadership Interview: - This was not what I expected. It was entirely behavioral and seemed very redundant, almost like they were testing your endurance or ability to answer very similar questions with different examples. The questions all started with "Tell me about a time when..." and varied slightly. I did not have the best experience with this interview because candidates were all being interviewed in the same big room, separated by curtains, and I was next to a very loud guy. I could barely hear myself think with him next to me, so that threw me off. That same concern was voiced by multiple candidates. Case study interview: - Two days before the invitational, we were emailed a case study of a program that Nielsen uses for internal Operations that digitizes and standardizes work activities across the world. It's a pretty dense packet that described the features and functions of this program. The interview was mainly to ask what you'd change about the program and what challenges you think the developers ran into while they created it. There were no truly technical questions. Just hypothetical situations that required you to dip into technical knowledge and pose solutions.
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Nielsen

Candidat anonyme à un entretien, West Lafayette, IN

Offre déclinée
Expérience positive
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J'ai postulé via un établissement d'enseignement supérieur ou universitaire. Le processus a pris 2 jours. J'ai passé un entretien chez Nielsen (West Lafayette, IN) en Sep 2016

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I applied through a job fair at my university and had an interview the next day. I did not receive an offer but If I had I would have had a phone interview after the on campus interview.

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  • Tell us about a time you were in a group and the group struggled, and how your group was able to move past it?
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