Very thorough. Big process that was maybe a little too long.
Process was application, online testing and assessments, online interview, assessment centre, additional online testing, final interview. Online assessments and testing were aimed at gauging an understanding of candidates work styles and ethic along with their aptitude. Assessment centres provided an opportunity for candidates to demonstrate their ability in both an individual written piece and a team based oral activity both within a financial services based scenario. Interview was more narrowly focused on individuals background and interests and sharing information with the candidate to determine whether the bank is the right fit.
Graduate programs are a little different and much more thorough than some other job hiring processes: Grad hiring includes: 1. CV/Resume 2. Psychometric test 3. Video interview 4. Assessment center 5. Panel interview 6. Emotional Intelligence test
Our graduate recruiting structure was as follows: Application > Logical reasoning/Numerical Testing > Video Interviews > Emotional Intelligence Testing > Group Assessment Centre > Face to face interviews
The hiring process was long, like other companies however what stood out was the continuous communication and updates throughout the entire recruitment process, which I found lacking in many other companies that I applied for.
Intensive. Cognitive tests, group assessments, interviews.
Interview process was good on all fronts
Thorough and complete. Time frames are posted on the website and adhered to.
Online verbal, numerical, logical and integrity testing. Video Interview. Group Assessment, Formal Interview.
I began as a graduate - the process was rigorous - online interview, face to face interview, psychometric testing, emotional intelligence testing, group simulation/testing