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57 questions about working at Indeed
Our mission is to help all people get jobs and we’re delighted to play a part in the jobseekers journey. We are proud of the culture we’ve built, and we’re always looking for like-minded people to join our team #insideindeed. You can visit indeed.jobs for more information on our open roles and read more about our culture on our blog at inside.indeed.jobs
Answered by Indeed
September 16, 2021
How are the working hours?
Asked November 7, 2017
At Indeed, we operate within the standard office hours of the given city or country. This is usually a 9am to 5pm work day, with weekends and holidays off. We also offer our employees Open PTO or Holiday, as we want employees to take off as much time as they need, as long as they are hitting their targets and have manager approval.
Answered by Indeed
September 15, 2021
Hi there! We'd suggest you take a look at all of our Inside Indeed social channels to really look at what it's like to work with us. Make sure you read through the job description beforehand and have examples ready from your previous roles and how that means you'd be great for Indeed. Some tips on what to anticipate: Types of questionsOur interview process is built around measuring each candidate’s capacity to demonstrate the fundamental core skills Indeed seeks in candidates of all levels. This means you will likely encounter: behavioral, problem solving, creative/ brainstorming, and situational questions.Think out loudWe want to hear your thought process. Throughout your interview, we will likely ask questions about why you did something. Don’t fret! Your thought process gives us valuable insight into how you solve problems and make decisions. If we move beyond asking for clarity to challenging your idea, we’ll make that clear.Ask questionsIf you don’t understand a question, ask the interviewer to repeat it. If you still don’t understand, ask follow up questions to get to the root of what your Interviewer is asking — we do this all the time so it’s good for you to practice!State your assumptionsAssumptions are useful to make while solving problems as long as you make sure you call out what you know and what you’re assuming you know. In some instances, the interviewer will provide more clarity or propose making different assumptions while solving the problem they’ve posed.Stay calm and positiveYou might make a mistake! We make mistakes too. We’d rather you go back and correct your mistake than continue with something that isn’t what you fully intended. Having the humility to acknowledge your mistakes and make necessary changes is an incredibly valuable skill.Check out this link for more helpful tips on how to prep for an interview https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/interviewing/how-to-prepare-for-an-interview
Answered by Indeed
September 15, 2021
Most employees are offered flexible work hours, with only a few teams that are required to be there at set times (front desk, IT, etc.). For the amount of hours worked, that will vary based on the team and projects that may need to be completed, but we are based on a full work week at 40hrs.
Answered by Indeed
September 15, 2021
We value open communication and innovation, and we prioritize employee happiness at Indeed. We believe that trust, belonging, flexibility, appreciation, and a sense of purpose all contribute to our well-being at work. Our teams are always on hand planning activities to keep employees connected and engaged. We also have a range of perks and benefits to support some of our employees needs #insideindeed and out. To find out more about our culture, or just what our Indeedians are up to, follow us on social media @insideindeed or read more stories on our culture blog at inside.indeed.jobs
Answered by Indeed
September 15, 2021
Hi there, you could opt for a smart casual look that makes you feel confident and comfortable. Most of our employees dress in smart casual attire, and have been known to spruce up their outfit when meeting clients or partners.
Answered by Indeed
September 15, 2021
We value open communication and innovation, and we prioritize employee happiness at Indeed. We believe that trust, belonging, flexibility, appreciation, and a sense of purpose all contribute to our well-being at work. Our teams are always on hand planning activities to keep employees connected and engaged. We also have a range of perks and benefits to support some of our employees needs #insideindeed and out. To find out more about our culture, or just what our Indeedians are up to, follow us on social media @insideindeed or read more stories on our blog at inside.indeed.jobs
Answered by Indeed
September 16, 2021
UI Design Questions
Asked January 13, 2018
Hi there, the questions will depend on the team you're applying for. Here are some tips on what to anticipate and prepare for the interview:Types of questionsOur interview process is built around measuring each candidate’s capacity to demonstrate the fundamental core skills Indeed seeks in candidates of all levels. This means you will likely encounter: behavioral, problem solving, creative/ brainstorming, and situational questions.Think out loudWe want to hear your thought process. Throughout your interview, we will likely ask questions about why you did something. Don’t fret! Your thought process gives us valuable insight into how you solve problems and make decisions. If we move beyond asking for clarity to challenging your idea, we’ll make that clear.Ask questionsIf you don’t understand a question, ask the interviewer to repeat it. If you still don’t understand, ask follow up questions to get to the root of what your Interviewer is asking — we do this all the time so it’s good for you to practice!State your assumptionsAssumptions are useful to make while solving problems as long as you make sure you call out what you know and what you’re assuming you know. In some instances, the interviewer will provide more clarity or propose making different assumptions while solving the problem they’ve posed.Stay calm and positiveYou might make a mistake! We make mistakes too. We’d rather you go back and correct your mistake than continue with something that isn’t what you fully intended. Having the humility to acknowledge your mistakes and make necessary changes is an incredibly valuable skill.Check out this link for more helpful tips on how to prep for an interview https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/interviewing/how-to-prepare-for-an-interview
Answered by Indeed
September 17, 2021
We engage with a third-party vendor to perform background checks for every hire. We strive to establish an equitable, flexible, relevant, and culturally appropriate experience for our new hires. The time process will vary, and is dependent on several factors. Some factors include the job location, candidate location, candidate work history and complications.
Answered by Indeed
September 16, 2021
Indeed’s sick leave eligibility varies by location. For employees who do not work in a mandated paid sick leave jurisdiction, their sick leave time is covered by open PTO. If you're a current employee with us, you can check with your local HRBP.
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September 16, 2021
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