It was simple and to the point
The interview process is generally nothing out of the ordinary. Interviews are conducted by a panel, normally four people. Depending on the role, there may be multiple panels either consecutively or on different days. External candidates have a much better chance of landing a position than internal candidates. For external candidates, hype up your previous work history. Hiring panels do a wonderful job of accepting pretty much anything that an external candidate says as fact. The majority of external candidates are however very poorly qualified for jobs which require specialty type knowledge. Be prepared for general interview questions. Just know that there is a plethora of unlisted qualifications that hiring managers are looking for. Hiring managers also like to hire friends, even if they’re grossly unqualified. Overall, the process is easy and straightforward but very selective as outlined in the above comments.
Interviewed for a FSE position by 4 people in person at the same time (2 managers, 2 FSEs). It went well, they didn't ask anything out of the ordinary. I then had 2 or 3 follow-up phone calls. The only thing I will say negatively about the experience is that after I accepted the position, it took over a month for them to complete my background check, to the point where I thought they may have found something I didn't know about! (Haha!)
Hard to get into Bayer...went through a contractor...Phone interview first, then in person, offered a position.
Soon going to my 2nd interview. It was very clear and prompt with responses. Very well and open communication through HR and possible managers. Excited about next steps. Already seems like a great company with great people.
You go talk to the supervisor, answer their questions then they tell you if you’ve got the job or not.
It was very nice.
I had 2 rounds, the first was with my manager, and the second was onsite with the whole team. Was a great opportunity to learn about the job location, about your co-workers and the work being done.