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Questions d'entretiens chez Wipro

Entretiens chez Wipro

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  1. Utile (20)  

    Offre d'embauche acceptée
    Expérience positive
    Entretien facile

    Candidature

    J'ai postulé via un établissement de l'enseignement supérieur ou universitaire.. J'ai passé un entretien à Wipro.

    Entretien

    it was an easy process consisted of an online aptitude round then a small writing competition. next round was technical interview and then hr interview. aptitude consisted of technical, verbal, english, quantitative sections

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  2.  

    Offre d'embauche acceptée
    Expérience positive
    Difficulté moyenne

    Candidature

    J'ai postulé via un établissement de l'enseignement supérieur ou universitaire.. Le processus a pris +4 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Wipro en janvier 2015.

    Entretien

    First there was an aptitude test conducted and then there was a 1:1 technical interview and then finally HR interview was conducted. I was given the decision after 2 weeks time.

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  3.  

    Entretien de Software Engineer

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme
    Aucune offre d'embauche
    Expérience neutre
    Entretien facile

    Entretien

    It was OK .. There we're four rounds.. All of them took 30 mins each. Manager round was quite good. Over all i had gods experience. Tech round was bit difficult but i managed.

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  4. Utile (2)  

    Entretien de Software Engineer

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme
    Offres d'embauche déclinées
    Expérience négative
    Entretien facile

    Candidature

    J'ai postulé en ligne. J'ai passé un entretien à Wipro.

    Entretien

    I am an American worker. There aren't very many reviews from American workers interviewing for an Indian tech giant like WiPro, so let's begin.

    There were a lot of red flags from the start of this process. While I can't tell you if WiPro is a good company to work for or not, I can tell you that the interview process sets off some flags from the get go.

    First, you speak with a recruiter. In the initial phone call, the recruiter never made it clear who I would even be working for. They named the company and I immediately was excited, as it is a large financial company. I assumed they were just the middle-man.

    Second, the recruiter wanted to schedule a technical interview with an engineer over Skype. She asked me for TWO days that I could possibly do the interview and I would basically have to wait around all day on these two days in the event that the interviewer has a chance to do the interview.

    I wait around for the two days we agreed upon and nothing happened. No emails or phone calls. At this point, I was basically over it.

    The next week, she calls back and tells me that she was sorry no one called, but to tell her two more days that week I would be available. At this point, I was very close to saying don't bother but figured, what the heck, let us try again. Next day, I hear nothing.

    Then I get an email saying "We tried to call you but you didn't answer." Oh, wait yes, you sure did, but one thing you should know about WiPro is they never leave a voice mail. In the day of robocalls, I tend to not answer every random number that calls my phone.

    I then clarify that I would be receiving a phone call, not an email. She said yes, they will call you and then you will go to the Skype interview. Uh ok.

    How hard is it to just schedule a day and time for an interview? Time is one of the most precious comaddites these days and they seem to not really care about your time.

    The next day I sit around doing nothing waiting for them to call. They eventually call and we do the Skype interview.

    The actual technical interview was more or less standard OOP questions and some Java trivia. There was also some coderpad questions doing basic Java programming. Nothing too difficult, but you need to know Java (or whatever langauge the interview is for).

    The difficult part was understanding the interviewer. English is not his native language (it is an Indian IT company after all), so more often than not, I would have to have him repeat his question. At one point I had him type out his question...

    I felt like I was annoying him and at the end of the interview he abrutdly said he was finished. I figured I had just gotten on his nerves.

    A few days after the interview, I get a phone call asking if I could work on July X. That day was literally a week away. They wanted me to move 1600 miles in under a week. I told them, I literally couldn't do it without the funds to do so. She said "Ok, I'll have someone call you." I never received that call.

    Eventually, I received an email basically saying I will receive an offer. At this point, I had no other offers. I soon accepted the written offer, but still had not signed the official employee docs.

    The offer wasn't bad, but it wasn't great. They offered relocation, but only after I moved and submitted receipts. As a recent college graduate, I had zero dollars saved up for a 1,600 mile move across the country. They didn't care. I just kept being reassured that "This is a great offer for you."

    Third, the fact that they did one short and kind of strange Skype interview and decided to hire me, set off a large red flag. How do they even know I am a decent person to work with? How can you judge a persons character from a 30 minute Skype interview? Would I have been thrown in a room with a bunch of foreign developers punching away at bugs?

    Luckily, I ended up getting an offer locally for a lot more money, doing work that is much more rewarding. They took me out to lunch, got to know me, and then made a decision.

    I addmitly was not as transparent with the recruiter when I was interviewing with the second company, but I did not even have close to anything of an offer when I agreed to the written offer with WiPro. I wasted three days of their time and that upset them, but they wasted over a week and half of mine.

    The fourth flag was after I emailed the recruiter to let her know I accepted a local offer. All I heard back was radio silence. The entire process showed to me that they cared very little about me as a human being. I was a mere commadity.

    As an entrly level employee, it is hard to say no to an offer, and WiPro might be great for that first few years, but I highly doubt any American workers are going to last there for very long.

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  5.  

    Entretien de Software Engineer

    Employé anonyme - New York, NY (États-Unis)
    Offre d'embauche acceptée
    Expérience positive
    Entretien dificile

    Candidature

    J'ai postulé via un établissement de l'enseignement supérieur ou universitaire.. J'ai passé un entretien à Wipro (New York, NY (États-Unis)) en mars 2014.

    Entretien

    Focused, and well done giving interviewer chance to cover all major areas on job and requirements of applicant. Also gave applicant chance to ask pointed questions at future outlook, growth, diversity and perks

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  6.  

    Entretien de Software Engineer

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - New York, NY (États-Unis)
    Offres d'embauche déclinées
    Expérience neutre
    Difficulté moyenne

    Candidature

    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 4 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Wipro (New York, NY (États-Unis)).

    Entretien

    My first interview was over the phone. The phone interview went really well and I liked the conversation and the questions they asked. It was really insightful. My one on one interview was technical interview. Some of the questions were more about what do you know and what can you do. Some were straight forward and some were about strategic thinking questions. The interview was mostly certainty different then I used to at American companies. There were cultural differences that made the one on one seem a little bit hard to understand what they were asking. Overall, I think it went okay.

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  7. Utile (2)  

    Entretien de Software Test Engineer

    Employé anonyme - Redmond, WA (États-Unis)
    Offre d'embauche acceptée
    Expérience positive
    Difficulté moyenne

    Candidature

    J'ai postulé via une recommandation d'un employé. J'ai passé un entretien à Wipro (Redmond, WA (États-Unis)) en avril 2015.

    Entretien

    Phone Screening plus In-person interview. Both rounds are technical. The phoen interview would be for an hour where they would ask you technical questions and your background. The in person interview would be the same process with more depth.

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  8.  

    Offre d'embauche acceptée
    Expérience neutre
    Entretien facile

    Candidature

    J'ai postulé via une recommandation d'un employé. Le processus a pris +1 semaine. J'ai passé un entretien à Wipro en février 2016.

    Entretien

    I was a previous contractor with another contract house and was recommended by the hiring manager so the interview was simple, over the phone and I started the job 2 weeks later

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  9. Utile (6)  

    Offre d'embauche acceptée
    Expérience positive

    Candidature

    Le processus a pris +3 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à Wipro.

    Entretien

    I received a call and had the interview next day. Then it took a very long time until they call me again with an offer. The interview was very long, the interviewer was very interested in the testing skills

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  10.  

    Entretien de Software Architect

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - San Francisco, CA (États-Unis)
    Offres d'embauche déclinées

    Candidature

    J'ai postulé via un recruteur. Le processus a pris +6 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à Wipro (San Francisco, CA (États-Unis)).

    Entretien

    Be advised - very long interview process, empty promises, no follow through.

    From initial recruiter contact to a final offer was close to half a year. There were countless interviews, both technical and HR, finally a client interview (since Wipro hires for specific client projects). The client interview turned out to require completely different technical skill set than the one tested for in the initial screenings. After the client's offer at least a month passed before I received a final offer, with a start date within a week from the final offer date. Be warned - there are multiple people between you and the end client you're working for, and you should take all promises (you've got the job! When can you start?) with a grain of salt.

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