I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Alpine Access.
Interview Details – Phone interview,then online interview.
Interview Question – Very easy Answer Question
Negotiation Details – they told you what you were getting paid,there was no negotiation.
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Alpine Access.
Interview Details – long online questionairre to check your personality, your skills, your typing abilities, includes a voice audition. Be prepared to work on this for at least and hour or more! Then you get an email offering you a job interview if they like you.
Interview Question – Nothing unusual Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiations, you take what you get.
I applied online - interviewed at Alpine Access in November 2013.
Interview Details –
You are notified by email that you're wanted for an interview after you apply. This interview is for the company itself. You will be notified again for another job-specific interview when one becomes available.
The interview is in an adobe connect room, on an adobe connect phone bridge, and is in a group. You're asked to do small technical things (Screenshots) and check your system against what's needed.
Interview Question – There were none. View Answer
Negotiation Details – There is no negotiation.
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Alpine Access in November 2013.
Interview Details – Adobe room interview with others. Was asked about call center experience and customers. The session was about an hour. Interviewers explained about the company and work environment. Breakout rooms were created to separate applicants. If you didn't make the cut you were asked to leave.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Alpine Access in November 2013.
Interview Details – I first received an offer for employment & then I had to attend an orientation..
Negotiation Details – there wasn't too much to negotiate.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Alpine Access in November 2013.
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I applied a month ago, it took me a while to find a job that fits schedule.
Ok so, it took me THREE interviews to finally get an offer.
I filled out the application online, and then they will have jobs available and it will show shifts, training and job desctiption. You can choose the job or decline. Once you choose the job you can pick an interview time. Like others said do it quick! The times go very fast. Once in the interview room you are on both the phone and chatroom with about 15 other people. They will explain the job and what is needed and then you will have to answer 5 questions, some have more than one part and take screenshots of your computer speed etc. I had an interview two previous times and did not get an offer i honestly have no idea why. I decided to try one more time and I finally go a job offer. You have paperwork to fill out and pay for your background test which is $45 within 24 hours. Not a very hard process at all.
The fact that it took me 3 interviews to get the job is the reason it was difficult. I did good on all of my interviews. IF YOU DO NOT GET OFFERED A JOB THE FIRST TIME KEEP TRYING! IT DOES PAY OFF.
Interview Question – Some people need structure and organization why other just go with the flow. How do you work best and why. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None, accept it or don't.
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Alpine Access.
Interview Details – Upon completing my application, I was prompted to set up a telephone interview. The scheduled interview was 3 days later. Interview was with about 17 other individuals. You must keep your phone on mute unless directly spoken to by the interview conductor. In my opinion the whole concept is very unnecessary and silly. Kinda gave me insight on how my potential future with the company would be. After 3 simple interview questions, you are shown a message that says if hired you'll be contacted in about 2 days.
Interview Question – Very average typical questions. Nothing to worry about. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter - interviewed at Alpine Access in October 2013.
Interview Details – Was a joke if you could use your brain you were to advanced even for the instructor - indimidated them - SCAM
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Alpine Access in October 2013.
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The entire hiring process was very quick. You go online, register on their website, do a voice assessment, then get invited to an interview. They will provide a calendar with dates and times of available interviews. You select the date and time that works best for you. You can cancel or reschedule the interview up to 24 hours ahead of time.
This is not your typical interview at all. They give you specific instructions on how to get to the interview which is via Adobe Connect. You will need a phone (doesn't have to be a home phone...I used my cell phone). After the interviewer goes over everything in the interview, she/he will then ask you and the other interviewee's to answer 5 questions. They will give you 15 mins to do so, then you will dial back into the interview room. You will be then asked to read one your answers to the one of the 5 questions. After that, you will receive a job offer on the spot. You will have 24 hours to go sign in to their website and accept the offer. The offer will tell you which program you were selected to work on, and the pay rate which could be anywhere from $8.50 - $9.50/hr.
Also, during the interview, the trainer does all of the speaking until the very end where he/she asks you to answer one of your questions. So, don't be afraid...like I said, it's not your typical interview. You won't be asked a bunch of questions (only 1...that's it). You don't speak at any other time.
The interviewer will go over the requirements for the position/program for which you will be hired. He/she will inform you of the $45 fee that you will be responsible for paying for a background check . The background check includes a criminal and credit check. You will be required to go online and pay that background fee within 48 hours of accepting the job. You will also be required to submit to a drug test. They will send you to a facility that is closest to your home. You do not have to pay for the drug test.
It is a must to check your email daily for important information after you have accepted the position. The information will include completing your W-9,, W-4, and other "new hire" paperwork. The sooner you get everything back in, the better.
One other thing I failed to mention was that the interviewer will go over all work at home office requirements. You will need a PC/Laptop (no tablets...etc), a landline phone (no VOIP or Satellite), a hard wired internet connection (no wireless), 2 headsets (one usb, and one to plug into your home phone). They will give you a list of what they recommend. You must have everything in place by the first day of training. Some programs will provide you with a computer, keyboard, and mouse (no monitor).
The entire process from the time that you apply to the time that you are offered a job is very quick...about a week.
Hope this information helps!...
Interview Question – If your manager invited you to a social gathering on the same day that your friend invited you to a party, which one would you attend and why? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation in the pay rate. I would recommend taking that 24 hours before accepting the offer to make sure this is the right decision for you.
I applied online and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at Alpine Access in October 2013.
Interview Details –
TO apply for a position, you go through their website. Application can be a bit tricky to locate. Once you do find it, you need about an hour and some peace and quiet to complete the application process. Several different tests, including math, spatial reasoning, word association, etc. are found on the "written" part of the exam. There is also a listening bit, and a phone recording of your voice made for others applicants to judge.
If you are acceptable, you will get an email asking you to visit the website to set up a phone conference interview. The interview spots go VERY quickly, so if you don't pounce on that email and go to the website within an hour or so, there will be no spots left, and another interview slot may not open up for weeks.
The interview is a big conference call. You're on the line with about 30 people at first, and then you start to introduce yourselves, give a little 3 minute thing about yourself... basically, they want to hear how well you speak, if you're nervous, that sort of thing. After this, you get separated into other groups, and singled out one by one to disappear.......
You will either be offered a position or told, sorry, not this time in the 1 on 1.
Interview Question – There is a creative question on the written section that asks you to describe what your life would be like if you lived on a space station near the planet Jupiter. View Answer
Negotiation Details – No real negotiation - it was 9.50/hr, take it or leave it .
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