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No Offer – Interviewed in Overland Park, KS Mar 2013 – Reviewed Mar 26, 2013
Interview Details – Four interviews all asking the same cliche behavioral interview questions. I went through all four and was not given an offer. I am not sure how I was discredited between the third and fourth interview when I answered the same questions the same way. WASTE OF TIME.
Interview Question – All behavioral questions. "Name a time when" View Answer
Declined Offer – Reviewed Mar 26, 2013
Interview Details – 3 interviews in total, plus an initial phone interview. Easy, general questions. Most of the questions were repeated throughout the 3 interviews and most of the time just talked about past experiences, goals, and the desire career in the future. Comfortable mood with very respectful people. In general, the interview process is very good.
Interview Question – Do you hate to lose? Or do you love to win? Answer Question
Declined Offer – Reviewed Mar 26, 2013
Interview Details – Lots of situational questions. Experiences in work when you were challenged, successful, and unsuccessful.
Interview Question – Situational questions one after another. Answer Question
No Offer – Reviewed Mar 25, 2013
Interview Details – I had a phone interview, a first interview at the corperate headquarters, a second interview with a branch manager, and a third interview back at corperate headquarters. due to some odd mixup i was asked to redo my second interview, after 4 interviews and many weeks of time taken i still was not offered a position
Interview Question – nothing was very difficult but they asked for specific times that i had convinced someone to buy something. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Ithaca, NY Jan 2013 – Reviewed Mar 24, 2013
Interview Details – Very unprofessional and unorganized. During the pre interview observation they were very unorganized. The girls working there had a difficult time answering some questions that I thought were pretty basic. Make sure that when interviewing you have a lot of accounts of previous customer service. The area manager seemed like she didn't have a real good grip on life maybe she was having some personal problems but seemed frazzled the entire time and had terrible time management. I guess this may be a reason why most of the other reviews I have read have rated the Ithaca location terribly.
Interview Question – What should I get for lunch? View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2013 – Reviewed Mar 24, 2013
Interview Details –
Begins with an online application and if they like your resume you will be contacted by a Talent Acquisition Manager (HR) for a phone interview. The main point of the phone interview is to see if you have any sales experience and how you communicate on the phone. The second interview will be with the Talent Acquisition Manager. They'll just ask basic questions and see if you fit in the company culture.
The next interview will be with a Branch and an Area Manager. Here they'll ask STAR questions and let you shadow the branch. Be sure to show interest and ask a lot of questions. Tip: Don't forget to smile... Helps to make you more likable and shows them you have a personality. Last interview is with the Regional Vice President. If you've made a great impression with the other three interviewers you'll be fine. This person will look for confidence and sales experience. Don't be afraid if he/she says that they don't think you'll fit because you lack sales experience. They look for people that will overcome that objection and not give up with the first no. Remember, salespeople hear a lot of no's and have to be able to overcome those kind of objections.
Overall, it can be a lengthy process (about 3 weeks for me) but a great experience. Offered $33,000 starting salary with long work hours. If you want an easy job where you sit at a desk.. Don't bother applying. My advice, do your homework before applying at a company to ensure you'll fit. Know the mission statement and culture and sell yourself to the interviewers. If you can't sell yourself how can you sell their products or services?
Interview Question – Sell me something. View Answer
Negotiation Details – No negotiation, salary is told upfront.
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Mar 14, 2013
Interview Details – Very professional hiring and interview process. I met a recruiter at my school's career fair and was asked for an initial interview on the spot. This recruiter is awesome and very honest and quick to respond to phone calls/emails. Second interview was at a local branch with the Area Manager and Branch Manager. They ask you to come about 2 hours early to have a branch visit and see how the business operates, ask any questions, then sit down for interview. Final interview is with the Regional V.P. and if they already want you it's really just a get to know you meeting that takes 20 minutes or less.
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
No Offer – Interviewed in Indianapolis, IN Mar 2013 – Reviewed Mar 14, 2013
Interview Details – The phone call was very casual. I felt very comfortable. She asked two basic questions about past experiences related to job history. The whole interview lasted about fifteen minutes. I was told by the woman who called me their is a four step interview process.
Interview Question – When did I have to persuade someone to do something? I am only on step one so I just thought you should be aware of where I am at. I am hopeful!!! View Answer
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Mar 13, 2013
Interview Details – Very lengthy interview process. Be prepared to have a lot of energy and be willing to deal with the not so glamorous part of the job.
Interview Question – Why should we hire you? Answer Question
No Offer – Reviewed Mar 11, 2013
Interview Details – They ask a lot of questions regarding past experiences. They also ask a lot of situational questions.
Interview Question – Questions regarding what you would do in a certain situation at their work site. Answer Question
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