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McKinsey & Company, which is a global management consulting firm, has garnered top honors in our list. With an interview difficulty rating of 3.9 and a taxing 39 days long interview process that can ...

McKinsey & Company, which is a global management consulting firm, has garnered top honors in our list. With an interview difficulty rating of 3.9 and a taxing 39 days long interview process that can be handful for even the most qualified individual, the undisputed king of consulting firm has also emerged as the company with the toughest screening process.


Vistaprint, Procter & Gamble, Avaya, Microsoft, BlackRock, Sapient, Citrix Systems, Nvidia, Informatica, Facebook, Guidewire, Caterpillar and Rackspace are some of the other firms which have made it to the list of companies with the toughest interview process.
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    • TOUGHEST INTERVIEW PROCESS – by Arise Roby ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
    • 11- PAYCOM Paycom, which is an American online payroll and human resource management service provider, is the first entry in our list. It is slotted the eleventh position, thanks largely to a grueling screening process which has garnered an imposing difficulty score of 3.5 out of a possible 5 rating points. As per the respondents, the interview process at the firm founded by Chad Richison is extremely nerveracking and one needs to be at his very best to make the cut. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
    • 10 - HUBSPOT Established in 2006, HubSpot is a Massachusetts based software firm that specializes in providing software for businesses to coordinate their online marketing effort. With an interview difficulty rating 3.5 (out of a possible 5 rating points), this organization is slotted at the tenth position in the list of companies with the toughest job interview.As per the respondents, the interview process at the brainchild of Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah is long and grueling. The company looks to hire candidates who are hungry for success and aspirants should be prepared to crack lengthy tests, which are an amalgamation of brain-teasing situational questions, plus problems on vocabulary, ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER analogies, word and math.
    • 9 - STRYKER • The next firm that is in focus is the Michigan based medical equipment firm, Stryker Corporation. • The company that specializes in the development of medical implants, surgical and imaging technologies, as well as patient handling and emergency medical equipment, is renowned for its tough screening process. With a screening process that on average spans over 35 days and an interview difficulty rating of 3.6 out of a possible 5, this organization definitely deserves a place in this list. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
    • GOOGLE The search engine giant that specializes in internet related products and services is slotted at the eighth position in the list of companies that are the most difficult to get through. With an astounding interview difficulty rating of 3.6 and a screening process that spans approximately 37 days, the conglomerate has proved to the world that landing a job at this firm is not a child’s play and only the finest can make it through the interviews. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
    • ZS ASSOCIATES • With a more than impressive interview difficulty rating of 3.6 and an interview process that lasts for about 29 days, ZS Associates has garnered the seventh slot in the list. • Established in 1983 and co-founded by Andris A. Zoltners and Prabhakant Sinha, this renowned multinational management consulting firm specializes in marketing and sales consulting. The firm presently employs more than 2,000 professionals and is offering consulting services to about 700 companies spread across 3 continents, namely, North America, Asia and Europe. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
    • ROLLS ROOYCE • Rolls-Royce, the most prestigious brand in the automobile world, is the next entry in the list. • As per the respondents, brain-teasers such as “How would you build an engine from scratch?”, grueling questions concerning the very specific aspects of the corporation, and the sheer length of the interview that are often spread around 46 days, literally made them sweat. They also added that though the screening process was tough, the recruiters were some of the finest in the world. They were friendly and made the candidates feel confident and wanted as employees. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
    • BAIN & COMPANY • Boston based, multinational management consulting firm, Bain & Company, is slotted at the fifth position in the list, thanks largely to its interview difficult rating of 3.7 and the duration of the entire interview process that typically lasts for around 28 days.According to the respondents, though the interview were tough, they were not unfair. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
    • GARTNER • Established in 1979, Gartner Inc. is an IT research and advisory firm that is based in Stamford, Connecticut, United States. The company specializes in providing technology related insights that are targeted at CIOs and senior IT leaders in industries. • Landing a job at this firm is considered as one of the toughest in the world and this is for a reason. Candidates aspiring to work at this company must first crack an interview that is designed to test their mental proficiencies to the fullest, plus the grueling 35 day long screening process adds to the difficulty of being hired by this organization ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
    • BOSTON CONSULTING GROUP • Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is one of the largest private companies in the United States, which serves as an advisor to clients in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors across the globe.With a grueling interview difficulty rating of 3.8, and a 32 days long interview process that is designed to test the best, it is undoubtedly one of the toughest companies to make the cut. "If I took your resume and removed the name at the top, what line on your resume would make your friends read it and recognize you?” is one of the toughest brain-teaser that candidates have to regularly crack to land a job at ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCHfirm. this CENTER
    • THOUGHT WORKS • Number two on the list of companies that are the toughest to land a job, is ThoughtWorks, which is a global IT consultancy that provides custom software, software tools, consulting, and transformation services to clients. This firm has garnered an interview difficulty rating of 3.9 and aspirants must successfully endeavor 43 days long screening process in order to land a job at this firm. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
    • McKinsey & Company • McKinsey & Company, which is a global management consulting firm, has garnered top honors in our list. With an interview difficulty rating of 3.9 and a taxing 39 days long interview process that can be handful for even the most qualified individual, the undisputed king of consulting firm has also emerged as the company with the toughest screening process. • Vistaprint, Procter & Gamble, Avaya, Microsoft, BlackRock, Sapient, Citrix Systems, Nvidia, Informatica, Facebook, Guidewire, Caterpillar and Rackspace are some of the other firms which have made it to the list of companies with the toughest interview process. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER