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Who knows the HR and hiring process is slow could be a waitlist which you may never get called.
Answered 10 June 2022
Interview process is a slow process. This was my personal experience, I found the interviewers little nervous and using paper sheets to ask questions and I had to follow up on my interview results again and again as the interviews didn't think of replying back the results or replying back to my emails, which I found little disrespectful towards the applicant who were waiting for the response.
Answered 2 February 2022
Long ~ 4 months.
Answered 7 September 2021
Read up on competency based interviews. You will need to study the job description and use the words highlighted in the various competency descriptions. You will be expected to speak for a solid 10 minutes on each answer.
Answered 23 September 2020
Read the required competencies from the job posting very carefully. Ensure you have adequate examples for all competencies.
Answered 20 December 2018
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