Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Paycom
- Sales Representative (94)
- Outside Sales Representative (20)
- Software Developer (9)
- Outside Sales Consultant (9)
- Payroll Specialist (8)
- OUTSIDE SALES (8)
- Sales (8)
- Executive Sales Representative (5)
- Account Manager (5)
- Paycom Specialist (5)
- Sales Executive (3)
- Transition Specialist Representative (3)
- Account Executive (3)
- Benefits Specialist (2)
- Recruiter (2)
- Administrative Assistant (2)
- Corporate Recruiter (2)
- Client Relationship Representative (2)
- B2B Sales (2)
- B2B Sales Representative (2)
- Manager (2)
- Tax Specialist (2)
- New Client Implementation Specialist (2)
- New Client Setup Specialist (2)
- Outside B2B Sales Representative (2)
- Transition Project Manager (1)
- Team Support Specialist (1)
- Ncs Administration (1)
- New Client Setup Administrator (1)
- Paycom Customer Support Specialist (1)
Payroll Specialist Interview
I applied online. The process took 7+ months. I interviewed at Paycom (Oklahoma City, OK) in May 2014.
I talked with multiple recruiters who all thought they were the first to talk to me. I would get halfway through the screening and have to tell them that I had already been asked these same questions by a different recruiter. For someone who is supposed to talk to candidates a lot, she said 'umm' way to much. Anyway, I have done two phone screens with two different recruiters and still have not heard anything back. I did get one generic decline for a position I applied over a year ago for. That was funny.
- All seemed to be canned behavioral questions. there wasn't much flow, more like reading off a prompt or something. Did cover everything about the position including compensation which was about $15.00 an hour Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Paycom
Payroll Specialist InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Paycom (Oklahoma City, OK).
The process was quick and seemed smooth and simple, however when it came to receiving word back about whether or not I had received the job, the recruiter that had been working with me avoided my calls and did not reply to my emails. Then, in the end, I received a rejection via automated email. This was after an online application, having my resume referred by a family friend within the company, a phone/screening interview, and two in-person interviews -- the second of which the interviewer spent the majority of the interview assuring me that they company saw me as a great asset with high test scores, good interviewing skills, and a great educational background, though they feared I might be overqualified. I was told quote,"We wouldn't want to lose you to another employer." I find it a bit disingenuous after being later rejected and told from my friend within the company that ultimately I wasn't given the job because they felt I was too quiet.
- We believe you may be overqualified. How would you respond to that? Answer Question
Payroll Specialist InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Paycom (Oklahoma City, OK) in July 2013.
I came for my interview and was told to come back another day because all their managers were in meetings. The recruiter even got my name wrong. After I came back for a rescheduled interview, there was no apology or knowledge that I didn't get to see anyone the first time. I find it ironic that this company offers employment management services when they can't even manage potential employees. I don't even want to know how they handle their actual employees. My interviewer told me they would have a decision at the beginning of the next week. It's been five weeks since the interview... I never heard back from them.
- Why would you want to work for a payroll and employment management company that's completely different from what you majored in college? 1 Answer