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Verizon Interviews

Learn more about the overall interview process at Verizon from current employees. The majority of Verizon employees think the interviews are average and rate their experience a B or 76/100. The average employee completed 2 interviews and received a response within a week.

In general, based on 14607 ratings and 1023 employees, Verizon has an overall culture score of B- or 69/100. Verizon is ranked in the Top 40% of similar sized companies on Comparably. The HR department, the Finance department, and the Communications department are the most satisfied with their experience at Verizon. However, the Legal department, the Executive department, and employees who have been at the company Over 10 Years are the least satisfied.

Interview SentimentHow was your overall experience interviewing at your current company?
Top 5%Top 5% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
90
out of 100
Interview ExperienceHow would you rate the interview process at your company?
Top 25%Top 25% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
B

Verizon is in the Top 25% of Similar Size Companies

Culture Score
Top 40%Top 40% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
B-

Verizon is in the Top 40% of Similar Size Companies

76
out of 100
How would you rate the interview process at your company?
Applied online
39%
Referral
16%
Recruiter
21%
Other
15%
Networking
9%
How did you get your first interview at your current company?
Very Difficult
7%
Difficult
30%
Average
45%
Easy
12%
Very Easy
6%
How difficult would you rate the interview process at your current company?
Did your interview process give you a good representation of the culture at your company?
Same day
14%
Within a week
32%
1-2 Weeks
28%
2-4 Weeks
13%
4+ Weeks
13%
How long did you have to wait before you heard a response after your last interview?
1
16%
2
35%
3
31%
4
13%
5 or more
5%
How many phone/in person interviews did you have before you were hired at your current company?

Who Ranks Verizon's Interview Process the Highest?

Department - Communications 82/100
Tenure - 2 to 5 Years 81/100
Department - Admin 81/100

Who Ranks Verizon's Interview Process the Lowest?

Department - Legal 52/100
Tenure - Over 10 Years 60/100
Department - Marketing 62/100

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Recent Questions About the Interview Process at Verizon

  • How would you compare interviewing at Verizon to other places you've interviewed?
    Tough, thourogh, and mind- provoking.
    Answered 3 years ago
    Doesn’t really matter. People hire who they like often causing discrimination against some races
    Answered 3 years ago
    Better
    Answered 4 years ago
    Definitely more index you do a role play for trying to sell like a phone with a case you know we got to get the whole bundle so it's a little bit more in-depth Hands-On
    Answered 4 years ago
    I wouldn't
    Answered 4 years ago
    Interviewing process is more in depth. 4 steps. Phone interview, drug screen, test and final interview. The test is complicated and if not passed, no final interview will result.
    Answered 4 years ago
    Difficult usually requires taking a test.
    Answered 4 years ago
    It has been a while since I've interviewed with Verizon or any other organization. In the past, other companies as "what would you do" type questions where as Verizon wants to know what you have done with regard to certain scenarios applicable to the position for which you're applying.
    Answered 4 years ago
    It's more intense. We need to know that if we throw you in the deep end, you won't sink.
    Answered 4 years ago

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  • What questions do they ask during the interview process at Verizon?
    Explain the Verizon network at a high level.
    Answered 4 years ago
    Interview questions vary; however, they all follow the STAR format. (Situation or Task, Action, and Result) Starting with "Tell me about a time where you..."
    Answered 4 years ago
    Tell me a time where....
    Answered 4 years ago
    How did you handle x situation? What certifications do you possess, when and where were you certified and when do they expire? What formal education do you have? How do you troubleshoot this scenario?
    Answered 3 years ago
    Not sure. Mostly behavioral
    Answered 3 years ago
    What are your goals and a lot about previous experience.
    Answered 4 years ago
    They asked where you see yourself and four years down the road what are your goals with Verizon why do you feel that you're a fit for Verizon
    Answered 4 years ago
    Questions pertaining to the job applied for showing you can handle the position.
    Answered 4 years ago

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