I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in December 2013.
Interview Details – First, I applied online. Then, I was invited in to take a test. They told me that if I did well enough on the test, they may call someone down to talk to me. I sat in a room for an hour taking a math and logic test, which I apparently passed. They called someone down to talk to me, who effectively offered me the job on the spot.
Interview Question – How many lines was the longest code I've written. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in November 2013.
Interview Details – Very long and annoying, had to take a test, if you passed get interviewed immidaettly
Interview Question – What do your parents make Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Could not deal with their shadiness
I applied in-person and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in October 2013.
Interview Details – Interview was okay, they seem to value detailed responses and enthusiasm, aptitude test can be pretty rough, if you have kept sharp on Math and have a quick mind you should be okay. Otherwise the whole process was pretty easy, will know more if I get the job.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds.
Interview Details – Several interviews. Phone interviews with recruiter and hiring manager. Face to face interview with director / VP and generally hiring manager. Also during the process there are 1 or 2 online assessment tests as well as a retake of the assessment test once on site. They are looking for people who are interested and seem link they can connect with others.
Interview Question – Nothing too unexpected, use STAR and you are fine Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Contacted a week later with offer
Interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds
Interview Details – Interview and hiring process is very extensive. Lots of tests, interviews, etc. Took a long time to get the first call back. I applied for a position in technical support and ended up getting interviewed for a software developer position. It seemed like they were desperate for people. Later learned this is because high turnover.
Interview Question – Most unexpected was the nicotine test on the spot. I did my research and knew I'd get tested but didn't realize it would happen in the interview. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in August 2013.
Interview Details – The first step is to go into the office and take an assessment. Once you have completed this, they will either put you in a room or let you go. If they let you go, you did not pass. If you make it to interviews then you will meet with a recruiter, then they will place you in a department. Then that department will be notified to come interview you.
Interview Question – They mainly just ask you about your past experiences and goals. There is an assessment to start out with that gauges your personality. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There were no negotiations. You either accept the offer or you don't.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in July 2013.
Interview Details –
I applied online. A couple of days later I was contact by a recruit we scheduled a Skype Interview. The interview went well and I was sent what was called a long form application and a test to do online. I will not lie the test was dang difficult, it was tedious and it seemed irrelevant, I believe this was by design, weeds out the people who don't take it seriously or think its beneath them. This is a work from home job so it takes a lot of discipline to do the tedious day to day administrative duties with out a supervisor watching your every move. I was then called to do a face to face interview with the regional manager and take the test again, the personality section was omitted in this step. That interview went well and I was passed along to the Regional VP in Atlanta, we did a skype interview because of scheduling constraints on both our parts. I was then invited to ride along with one of the local account managers, in my opinion this was the most beneficial part of the process, I got to understand what I would be doing on a day to day basis. The account manager was about my age and was completely upfront about the good and the bad. I took my drug test and was offered the job.
This company has a very conservative ownership and culture, if you have an issue with that it wouldn't be a good fit. They also do not hire tobacco users, and with the cost of health care I can hardly blame them.
Interview Question – The word problems on the assessment test. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There is a range you can negotiate with I was able to get a little more than my initial offer. Experience in B2B is without a doubt a plus, as well as with autodealers.
Interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds
Interview Details –
First step is a phone screen. Then a Skype interview with recruiter. Then in person with Regional Sales Director, Then in person or via Skype with Vice President.
Just be confident. You must also pass their standardized test. The interview is a basic behavorial sales interview. If you are asked how you would attempt to sell something, be sure to ask questions.
Interview Question – How would you sell me this paperclip? Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in June 2013.
Interview Details – The interview process is quite simple: you take some tests and if you do not pass, you are sent home. The test is designed for college students and by using it, they aim to weed out professionals with experience -- because they will have to pay them more. I recommend telling the girl at the desk that you were told you would have an interview. Ask specifically to see a recruiter. If she doesn't let you, request her manager. As long as you get to the interview, the rest of the process is not difficult. I think they like to see that you are persistent. The "won't take no for an answer" is a huge part of the culture at the company. Just because you can't do algebra, doesn't mean you don't deserve an interview -- let them see that determined side of you and they should look past your test scores.
Interview Question – The interviews are exactly the same for every position. The recruiters have a list of scripted questions and you answer them. "What's your biggest strength" "What are your weaknesses?" "How long do you see yourself in this position?" "What are your career goals?" They don't go into specifics in terms of questions. It's easy to ace the interview. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There is no room to negotiate on vacation -- you get none the first calendar year and less than 10 your second year. You get about 4 sick days but you are required to have a doctor's note for them. The salary is pretty non-negotiable. They have set ranges and don't stray from that, which is unfortunate considering they are extremely low compared to other companies.
I applied online and the process took 2+ months - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in June 2013.
Interview Details – I originally applied online for a desktop Support position within the company. After interviewing for the position I received an email saying I was not selected for the job. Two weeks later I received a call from the recruiter asking if I was still open to a position at Reynolds and brought me in for another interview for a different position in sales. During this second interview it was determined that I had a skill set better suited for a different position and was asked to come back a week later for a third interview for yet another job. I was quite pleased that they were open to finding a good fit for me within the company. Overall I was quite pleased with the entire process and was kept informed throughout.
Interview Question – As everyone has pointed out the tests you take on site are a bit challenging. This is only a very small piece of the entire process so don't get discouraged by it. Answer Question
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