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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY Jan 2010 – Reviewed Sep 24, 2012
Interview Details – they will hire anybody. everything is a numbers game with them. it is not uncommon for them to have more than 100% turnover in a given year so they'll take a chance on anyone.
Interview Question – Will you take the job? View Answer
Negotiation Details – They said, " We will not pay you anything unless you sell" and I said "OK"
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Florence, KY Nov 2011 – Reviewed Aug 5, 2012
Interview Details – Fill out application, regional recruiter contacts you via email then phone, recruiter coordinates initial contact with division manager, set place, date & time to meet for one on one interview, if both sides agree to move forward in the hiring process schedule/perform a ride along/job sample with a representative in territory close to home, execute a personality test online and if both sides agree then the on boarding process begins.
Interview Question – Is Government to big or do we need more Government in our lives? View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Dec 2009 – Reviewed Dec 29, 2011
Interview Details – I had to do a personality test first, and according to how they score you on your test they determine if you are right to do this position, then I was contacted for a personal interview and was hired on the spot. Most of the people are professional however, what I was promised as far as territory and amount of renewals wasn't even close to what was promised in the interview.
Negotiation Details – It is straight commission, so there is no negotiating other than there is flexibility in the territory that they will assign to you
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