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Kraft Heinz Company New Zealand

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  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at Kraft Heinz Company New Zealand

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6 rating for Recruitment, based on 5 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Five stages: CV & Psychometric Testing, Video Interview, Group Interview, Panel Interview, Final Interview with MD
Graduate, Hastings
There were a numbers of mixed ups (meeting with extended leadership team was double booked with another meeting). Notice were given somewhat within a reasonable amount of time.
Experienced, Hastings
Was rigorous, but communication was lacking
Midlevel, Auckland
For the graduate programme; rigorous. Multi-stage, many rounds including group interviews + individual presentations. In recent years the competitive nature of the interview process has been toned down ( a good thing).
Midlevel, Auckland
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Situational questions i.e. tell me about a time you failed, tell me about a time you demonstrated leadership
Graduate, Hastings
Which of the 5 kraft Heinz values do you resonate the most and why?
Experienced, Hastings
The standard interview questions. How I had demonstrated the company culture in my behavior.
Midlevel, Auckland
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Have a good structure for answering situational questions i.e. STAR technique. Prepare multiple examples where you demonstrate particular skills.
Graduate, Hastings
Have known expectations of what you are wanting to learn from tenure in the company and what aspirations you have within the company
Midlevel, Auckland
Just be yourself. Don't just say yes because you think that's what we want to hear. We genuinely want to put people in the correct role for them
Experienced, Hastings
Be prepared by learning the company visions and values. Show motivation and confidence.
Midlevel, Auckland
Be different, be a personality. Ask thoughtful questions. Don't try to be too corporate.
Midlevel, Auckland