Ann Sacks Tile & Stone
3.8 of 5 4 reviews
www.annsacks.com Kohler, WI 150 to 499 Employees

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Updated Feb 21, 2014
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Data Coordinator Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate
Portland, OR

I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Ann Sacks Tile & Stone in January 2014.

Interview Details – The process took about 6 weeks of very sporadic communication. After submitting my resume I was contacted the following day to set up an immediate phone interview. A few days later I went in for an in-person interview which was led by a skilled and personable HR person. After this I was asked to complete a personality assessment, told that it would take only one hour (it took three hours and included a lot of math puzzles). After this I was promised I would hear back early the following week, but then complete silence for THREE weeks. Even with a follow-up, I was strung along. After I had given up hope I was contacted to set up a final phone interview with senior management. He again promised me I would hear back early the following week, but two full weeks later I received a phone call at 5 pm on a Friday to tell me they had gone with an internal candidate. Overall, extremely unimpressed with the lack of professionalism demonstrated.

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Sales Associate Interview

Sales Associate
Kohler, WI

I applied through an employee referral and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Ann Sacks Tile & Stone in January 2012.

Interview Details – This process is ridiculous. No company besides the NSA, CIA or maybe NASA should require 5+ interviews with different people, multiple background checks, and as many hoops as a circus. All this for a entry level position. On top of this it took well over a month and a half. Who has that much time to sit around being unemployed?

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Negotiation Details – This was as drawn out and ridiculous as the Interviewing process.

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