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Prepare for the UL Application Process

UL provides you with the opportunity to partake in their UL internships or as a full-time employee working in a global work setting which is founded upon making the world more secure, safer, and sustainable. Below are certain steps which are required when going through the UL application procedure.

  • UL Online Application: The UL online application process may be completed by filling out the presented form and attaching your resume. You can also apply through a recruiter or employee referral.
  • UL Telephone Interview: The initial screening method is done over the phone with an HR employee who asks situational based questions in order to assess your compatibility for the position. If all goes well, you will then have an in-person interview scheduled.
  • UL Tests: UL’s pre-employment entrance exams are often given prior to the last interview stage.
  • UL Interview: The onsite interview is often conducted with either the hiring manager, the department head, or HR. The UL interview questions will be behavioral as well as situational to gauge your personality.

UL Assessment Tests

Assessment exams, such as the personality and situational judgement (SJT) tests, are distributed to applicants to assess whether their character is fit for the company. The personality test is composed of five basic personality traits. These traits are extroversion, agreeableness, openness, conscientiousness, and neuroticism. The SJT exam provides the company with information regarding your ability to communicate, work in a team setting, and how you face challenges. The various aptitude tests may be given to estimate a candidate’s cognitive skills, intellect, and capacity to articulate themselves in a professional manner.


UL Interview Process

The UL interview questions are based on the behavioral and situational approach concerning how you had previously conducted yourself in a difficult work situation. By applying the STAR method, which stands for Situation, Task, Action, Results, you can follow these steps and answer questions in a clear way.

Sample interview questions are:

  • Tell me about a situation where you faced a challenge and how you handled it.
  • Explain a time that you made a mistake, and how you fixed it.
  • Describe a time you disagreed with a superior and how you responded.
  • What was a source of stress on a project and how did you deal with it?

 

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