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Honeywell

4.2
  • #8 in Engineering, R&D and manufacturing
  • > 100,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at Honeywell

8.4
8.4 rating for Recruitment, based on 18 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Psychometric assessment, video interview, assessment centre, 2-on-1 interview with managers. Interviews were really good, was able to scope out the culture and the role. They were engaging and allowed me to demonstrate my strengths.
Online application. Online reasoning/logic test. Online video interview with pre explained questions. In office assessment centre with other applicants and short one-on-one interview. Final stage interview with managers.
The interview process was very good and the HR team was always willing to help.
There were a lot of steps to go through but it wasn't too bad
Online interviews, face to face, group interviews
Resume, online tests, assessment centre, individual interview, and offer phone call
Video and questionnaire, assessment centre day and one-on-one interviews.
Psychometric assessment, video interview, assessment centre, 2-on-1 interview with managers. Interviews were really good, was able to scope out the culture and the role. They were engaging and allowed me to demonstrate my strengths.
Online application. Online reasoning/logic test. Online video interview with pre explained questions. In office assessment centre with other applicants and short one-on-one interview. Final stage interview with managers.
The interview process was very good and the HR team was always willing to help.
There were a lot of steps to go through but it wasn't too bad
Online interviews, face to face, group interviews
Resume, online tests, assessment centre, individual interview, and offer phone call
Video and questionnaire, assessment centre day and one-on-one interviews.
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Questions regarding future ambitions, previous experience, what my ideal work place looks like
Standard questions. How would you handle various situations? Tell us about your past experiences? A few technical questions.
Questions regarding my education, what I was expecting out of the job and how my skills would be useful to this specific role and the future of the company.
My background and experience as well as examples of challenges I've faced and how I overcame them
Give an example of a time where you demonstrated good attention to detail, etc.
Motivation behind joining the company, knowledge of company products, behavioral questions, and plans for the future.
Mainly questions about how you would handle a situation.
Questions regarding future ambitions, previous experience, what my ideal work place looks like
Standard questions. How would you handle various situations? Tell us about your past experiences? A few technical questions.
Questions regarding my education, what I was expecting out of the job and how my skills would be useful to this specific role and the future of the company.
My background and experience as well as examples of challenges I've faced and how I overcame them
Give an example of a time where you demonstrated good attention to detail, etc.
Motivation behind joining the company, knowledge of company products, behavioral questions, and plans for the future.
Mainly questions about how you would handle a situation.
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Gain as much knowledge as possible around the industry and technical aspect. Very easy to learn online a lot of key points that will carry you throughout the interview. Don't be afraid to be a leader and to challenge during the interview
Be yourself and don't be afraid to say where you wish to develop
Research about the company. Look up the definition of your role and see what the company expects people in this role to do. Also be prepared to answer a lot of general questions about your university experience and try to link how you can use what you learnt at uni to be good at the job.
Think of examples from you past experiences that would be relevant to the job you are applying for
Know the company well. Study the website
Do your research and ask genuine and interesting questions.
Go to as many interviews as possible. Apply for lots of jobs so that you get lots of practice.
Gain as much knowledge as possible around the industry and technical aspect. Very easy to learn online a lot of key points that will carry you throughout the interview. Don't be afraid to be a leader and to challenge during the interview
Be yourself and don't be afraid to say where you wish to develop
Research about the company. Look up the definition of your role and see what the company expects people in this role to do. Also be prepared to answer a lot of general questions about your university experience and try to link how you can use what you learnt at uni to be good at the job.
Think of examples from you past experiences that would be relevant to the job you are applying for
Know the company well. Study the website
Do your research and ask genuine and interesting questions.
Go to as many interviews as possible. Apply for lots of jobs so that you get lots of practice.