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Our Bundle Practice Pack covers the common tests you are going to face in the Henkel assessment.
The Bundle Practice Pack includes:

  • Basic Math
  • Numerical Reasoning
  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning (Inductive & Deductive)
  • Situational Judgment Tests
  • Personality Tests
  • Error Checking Tests
  • Mechanical Reasoning

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At Henkel, aim to hire employees with a long-term career focus and experience. In order to do so, there is a process that may include interviews and an assessment test. It is to help Henkel identify if you’re an ideal candidate for the job position. Here’s what to expect.

Henkel Application & Selection Process

Find your career field overview to explore jobs that match your interests and skills. Or, you can search for your ideal job based on location. Then, you can begin the application process. There may be questions and prompts within the job application.

You will need to shape a competitive resume and submit it along with your online application. As you create your resume, include specifics about your work history and any accomplishments. Try to keep it simple and focus on covering qualifications that are considered essential for the job position you’re applying for.

Henkel will contact you to provide information if you are selected for an interview. The wait time is usually between 2 to 8 weeks.

Assessment Test

There will be a preliminary assessment process for some job positions. It usually depends on the position and location. The assessment may include the following:

  • Personality tests: help employers learn more about your personality, communication style, empathy, as well as your reactions to certain situations.
  • Verbal reasoning: test your verbal comprehension and understanding of language. These questions will have a written passage followed by the answer options of true, false, or cannot say.
  • Numerical reasoning: based on basic mathematical knowledge, this test features word problems, graphs, number sequences, sufficiency questions, and more.
  • Basic Math: check your level of skill and accuracy when it comes to basic mathematical computations and operations.
  • Situational Judgment Tests (SJT): describe a work situation to determine how you would approach the problem. These questions can probe your conflict management skills, problem-solving, and more.
  • Mechanical aptitude test which uses psychometric assessment to evaluate the test takers ability to evaluate and solve problems with mechanical concepts

The role of the assessment test is to evaluate your experience and skill level. New applicants will need to complete the test before the close requisition date, and the assessment results are valid for one year.

If you are unsure about your test-taking abilities, we can help you prepare for your upcoming assessment test with practice tests. There are several types of sample tests, and you can choose one that is engineered for your given field.

The practice tests contain a wide range of questions, and it will include an easy-to-understand explanation of the correct answers.

You’ll be able to complete the practice questions online and track your scores, which will improve your performance and increase your chances of receiving a passing score on the actual assessment test. 

Henkel Interview

The goal of the interview is to get to know you better and allow you to meet our Henkel team. To begin with, you will be contacted by email or phone to explain the interview process and cover any specifics. Then, we will set a date and time for the interview.

There are different types of interviews, and there’s a good chance you will participate in more than one. It depends on the position and location.

  • Phone or Skype interview– Henkel  HR will contact you by phone or Skype to ask questions so that we can develop a sense of your interest and qualifications. If all goes well, the HR manager will send an invitation for you to come in and do an in-person interview.
  • On-campus interview- This is for students at colleges and universities that may be interested in internships and apprenticeships that could lead them to permanent positions. If you are a student, you may be referred to one or more business lines to complete the interview process.
  • Technical interview– This is an on-site interview with technical questions that help Henkel gain an understanding of your skills in your given field. You will need to be prepared to explain how you solve technical problems and arrive at solutions.
  • Collaboration and leadership interview– The goal of this interview is to observe your ability to work with others in a team. The HR manager will ask questions that will allow you to share your approach to teamwork and leadership responsibilities in different settings.
  • Research interview– This is an interview that’s focused on your research, where you will present it along with your thesis to a panel of experienced researchers. You will need to be prepared to provide resources and information about your research, methods, findings, and be able to answer any other questions about your work.

After the interview process is completed, the Henkel HR manager will review your resume and interview results as a group and make a recommendation to management. Then, a member from management will review and accept the proposal. If you are hired, you will be given a formal offer.