Interviewed at Firestone Complete Auto Care
Interview Details – Interview was more of an information session. I was asked a few general interview questions, but the majority of the time was spent on how I can advance in the company. My interviewer was perfectly clear with me that if I worked hard and proved myself to the company I would move up through the ranks in no time.
I applied in-person and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Firestone Complete Auto Care in February 2011.
Interview Details – I received a call for an interview 3 days after applying for this position on Careerbuilder.com. I met with the Store Manager 20 minutes after our scheduled interview time. We discussed my experience, skills and what I was looking for. Then he went over what was entailed to the position. The sales incentatives were miscommunicated to me at this time. I was advised that there would be several opportunities and the earning potential were endless. I found out that this was a lie as I am now an employee. After the 1st interview, a week later I was asked to meet with District Manager. We sat down and went over the exact same stuff as the last with the Store Manager. I was advised they would call me within 3 days. Didn't hear from anyone until 2 weeks later. Then I was offered the job and I took it.
Interview Question – What lead you to Firestone ?? Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at Firestone Complete Auto Care in October 2010.
Interview Details – filled out an application then got called around a week later and sat down with the store manager and had an interview
Interview Question – i was asked about car knowledge after i had already said i did not have any View Answer
Negotiation Details – got offered less then what the job discription said and couldn't negotiate any further
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