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Account Manager Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at Paycom (Oklahoma City, OK) in July 2013.
I had two rounds of interviews. No problems with the first. But the second day was different since I was to meet three different people, one right after the other. This would have been OK if the first person hadn't been late. I was gone from my then-current employer for about three hours. I'm lucky no one noticed.
- Twice I was asked on the spot about what ad or campaign I would do for such and such product. That's not a legitimate question since a true answer requires research, research, brainstorming, more research, more brainstorming, research, research, brainstorming and research. Answer Question
Short and sweet.
Other Interview Reviews for Paycom
Account Manager InterviewDeclined OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Paycom (Charlotte, NC) in March 2012.
I was approached by a recruiter who found me on LinkedIn and had several conversations with him and submitted an online application directly to the Charlotte office. When invited to the office, I waited 30 minutes past my scheduled interview time (which I showed up 15 minutes early for) before asking someone what was going on. I was brought to the hiring manager's office where she told me she forgot, apologized, but then given a rushed 5 minute Q&A session and told I'd be contacted in a couple days. I told them not to waste their time.
- Why should I be picked over the other candidates. 1 Answer
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