WAAREE SELECTION PROCESS:
WAAREE Recruitment process includes a selection stage when decisions are made as to the viability of a particular candidate's job application. We believe that it directly affects the overall productivity of an organization. A right selection may increase the overall performance of a company & a wrong one may lead to material and financial loss. A perfect selection process can help to pick the most eligible candidates amongst all applicants. The process of selecting candidates focuses on abilities, knowledge, skills, experience and various other related factors.
Stages of selection process to get recruited in WAAREE:
Online Psychometric Test
Frequently Asked Questions About Interview Process :
Waaree talent acquisition (TA) team advertises the open vacancies on multiple platforms. Naukri, Company website, LinkedIn are most often used platforms. Interested candidates can directly apply to the jobs through these platforms, upon application submitted, your CV will reach our TA team which will acknowledge your application. Other that these, our TA team also gets in touch with the potential candidate from the internal job sources it maintains. All the communications are guided through our online recruitment platform. The shortlisted candidates will undergo the Waaree selection process.
Screening for most positions is completed within the first four weeks after the position is posted. During that time, if you are selected to be screened, you will be contacted by a recruiter. All interviewed candidates will receive communication regarding the outcome within seven days of their interview.
It is mandatory to take the assessment as this is the first level of screening after you have applied for an opportunity with Waaree.
We believe in giving the candidates best convenience without compromising the purpose of the interview. While we prefer having face to face discussion with the candidate,online video interview, phone interview, on the site interview, on campus interview are some of the mediums to conduct the first round of interview. Upon selection for the final round however, the candidate will have to come to our corporate office in Mumbai.
- Individual interview: In an individual interview, a candidate is interviewed by a single interviewer at a time.
- Panel interview: In panel interview, a candidate is interviewed by a group of people related to the function.One of the most important things to remember in a panel interview is to make eye contact with everyone on the panel even when responding to a question posed by an individual panelist.
- Traditional interview questions: Essentially, traditional interview questions are those that don't fit into the other categories described. They are also the kinds of frequently asked questions you've probably been asked in interviews and that you can find lists of all over the Internet — questions like: "Tell me about yourself." "What are your strengths and weaknesses?" "Why should we hire you?"
- Behavioral interview questions: The interviewee is asked about past behavior in various situations, based on the premise that past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior on the job.
- Situational interview questions: A situational interview is similar to a behavioral interview, except while behavioral questions focus on a past experience, situational questions focus on a hypothetical situation. For example, in a behavioral interview, the interviewer might start a question with, "Tell me about a time you had to deal with..." In a situational interview, the interviewer asks, "How would you handle"
- Resume interview questions: This line of questioning focuses on the content of your resume. The interviewer uses the resume as an outline and asks questions such as, "Tell me more about this job and what you did." The best preparation for a resume interview is to... know your resume!
Be prepared to provide specific examples of your behavior in particular situations and how the behaviors helped you develop in previous roles. Waaree is also looking for examples of how you have demonstrated specific competencies needed for the role you are interviewing for. Be mindful that certain agreements with your current/previous employers could impact your ability to work at Waaree.
On every step of the selection process a communication will be established with you by our TA team either through a mail communication or telephonic medium on the status of your candidature.
Not necessarily. While appearing for an interview certainly moves you a step closer to getting a job offer, other candidates are also been invited to interview, and the one who proves the best in the interview, likely gets the offer.