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    I have been working at Amazon full-time

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    Big company and perks available.

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    No cons for the moment.

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    Area Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dunfermline, Scotland (UK)
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    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Amazon (Dunfermline, Scotland (UK)) in April 2020.

    Interview

    The Interview process took a few weeks and contained first very brief phone Interview with Talent Acquisition Rep (very nice and polite conversation and general feel of you fit into the Amazon way), then followed by another phone Interview carried out by an Ops Manager (another very polite chat). The next step was the on-site Interview done by Amazon Chime. 4x45 min with some different people whos background is totally different than the position you're applying for. Typical corpo way of thinking focusing purely on delivering results at all cost. The outcome provided a couple of days later.

    Hints for those applying for the role of the Area Manager - show no emotions at all as this is perceived as weakness apparently and if you are a human being - not a robot, after all, you'll probably unhappy out there.

    Interview Questions

    • All type of behavioural questions you can google. My impression on the Panel Interview is that you want to be successful, your answers should have no emotion factors and as cold as possible consisting lies about how great you are. The balance word should never appear in whatever you're asked for.   4 Answers
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