I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1 week - interviewed at DLT Solutions in December 2011.
Interview Details – They give you a short phone interview asking about your personal experience and competency in sales, organization, etc. If you pass that, they will ask you to come in. You will meet with 3 to 4 different team leads and they will ask you a series of different questions about yourself. This is very random as they bring in whoever is available to interview you at the time. They can ask you all sorts of questions because it's never the same set interviewer.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work here. View Answer
Negotiation Details – No phase. They tell you what you will start out with.
Interviewed at DLT Solutions
Interview Details – Fair easy interview. Make sure you understand what a resellers job is. Know about GSA contract. Know what product you will be selling. They will ask you what field you'd prefer, sales or technology, say "both." Remember to ask for business card at the end and follow-up with a thank you email.
Interview Question – No real difficult questions asked. Just know your product and what DLT has to offer! Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at DLT Solutions.
Interview Details – Easy interview. If you show up, and are not too old, you will most likely get hired. They like to keep a "young" atmosphere there.
Interview Question – Do you have any questions for us? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I requested more once and they counter-offerred and I accepted.
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at DLT Solutions.
Interview Details – Applied online and received a call from a recruiter within about a week. Did a phone interview and later was called in for a face-to-face interview. Be sure to keep it professional. Don't talk to much and if they ask you a question, be short and to the point.
Interview Question – What is your sales process? Why did you not like your last job? Why did you leave? Answer Question
The process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at DLT Solutions in March 2012.
Interview Details – I had my resume forwarded by a current DLT employee in the Sales department to send to Marketing. I was contacted by a recruiter about a week later to schedule a phone interview. The phone interview was less than an hour- we chatted about the role, why I'm looking, pretty basic questions. I had already interviewed with a Recruiter for a Marketing position about 2 months earlier so the phone interview was shorter than normal.
I was contacted for an on-site interview 4 days after the phone screen. My availability at the time was limited and they stuck to the day of my choice but did not comply with my interview time request so I had to take a half day. I also had to follow up multiple times with the Recruiter to find out specifics of who I was meeting, who to ask for when I came on-site and what to bring with me. At my interview, I met with the Recruiter, Marketing Manager and VP of Marketing. Overall, not a difficult interview but was not chosen as the selected candidate.
I think that while the Recruiter and my interviewers were responsive, I had to follow up on many occasions to get the finer details- length of the interview, interviewers and had to follow up on the result of my interview.
Interview Question – What changes would you make to the DLT Blog? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at DLT Solutions in August 2011.
Interview Details – I was very impressed with the overall interview process and the vibe in the office. DLT’s Corporate Recruiter reached out to me after I applied on the website and I had two phone screens with her that followed with an inperson interview with the Recruiter and three department managers. Everyone was very positive and seemed to really enjoy being there. I was able to get walk through the office.
Interview Question – I was asked to explain my sales process and was given a whiteboard to do so. I was also asked to sell one of their products. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I deal with DLT's Recruiter when it came to the hiring process. All of my questions were answered and she made herself available after work hours which really helped. I would give them an open bio as the Recruiter was very good at placing you in a role and with a team that is an actual fit.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 months - interviewed at DLT Solutions in May 2011.
Interview Details – I interview with DLT a few weeks ago almost immediately after I graduated from college. The interview consisted of meeting with four different people. I felt that I had really good conversations with all of the women I spoke too. The man that interviewed me asked the most difficult questions. The corporate recruiter said that I would hear back form them in about a week and it has already been two weeks and I have still heard nothing back. I have sent several emails and made several calls with not a single response. A few of my mentors that have worked with DLT before said that this was not unusual. However, I find it kind of discouraging and have since decided to pursue other options!
Interview Question – What did you not like about your previous job? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at DLT Solutions in August 2011.
Interview Details – I was contacted by DLT’s Corporate Recruiter after applying on their website. I had two phone interviews with her and an in person that included three other managers. I was impressed with the overall interview process and the Recruiter even made herself available to me after hours. The overall office vibe was pretty impressive as well. I can speak personally now when I say DLT is growing and the HR department is extremely busy with new hire and internal moves. I noticed the other comment on here from a recent graduate so I think maybe their inexperience when it comes to interviews gave them this opinion. From my experience the hiring process can take a few weeks anywhere.
Interview Question – Nothing too unexpected. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I dealt with the Recruiter throughout the hiring process and the offer was extended from her directly. It took a few weeks to hear back but I expected that when they already have over 200 employees and they are also hiring. You can see from their website that their Recruiter is probably pretty busy.
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