I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Gentiva.
Interview Details – Initial phone interview from recruiter from the Atlanta corporate headquarters. He set up face to face with branch director that same week, next step was interview with area sales manager for the following week, then phone interview with Regional Sales Manager and he requested the personality test to be completed, then next week was final face to face interview with him.
Interview Question – Pretty straightforward, used the STAR interview techniques Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Went back and forth, eventually they came up 2k/year to what I needed.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at Gentiva.
Interview Details – I was not seeking a new job and was contacted directly by the Regional Sales Manager. I was happy in my current position, so I told her I was not interested, but I was willing to hear what they had to say. That being said, I slept on it and decided there was no point in interviewing since I was perfectly happy with my job. I called to cancel my interview and was basically begged to keep it, which ended up being the BIGGEST waste of my time!
Interview Question – Clearly they were fishing for someone who could take business away from their competitors. I was asked to provide them a list of my A,B and C leads..this was inappropriate, as this was my first face-to-face interview. Answer Question
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Gentiva in August 2009.
Interview Details – recruiter called, did phone interview, after phone interview and playing phone tag for a bit, went and met staff. Staff was nice, small, dark office, doesn't look like a cash heavy industry. zero attractive office staff. laugh, but in sales, it is important, noticeable among bigger companies.
Interview Question – oh good grief. I don't remember. I really didn't think there were any hard questions. View Answer
Reason for Declining – The guy seemed like a shyster
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Gentiva in June 2011.
Interview Details – interview with panel of upper management. straight forward questions. good industry with good potential. why gentiva. why you for position. why not you for the position. Brag book, plan reviewed. looking for documented success and evidence of growth. work environment seemed thin. no one to greet you at door. very nice people and very personable. talked about family
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Gentiva in September 2010.
Interview Details – HR Recruiter interview (15 minutes), then hiring manager phone interview (30 minutes), Panel interview (1.5 hrs, 3 mngrs). Last interview was intense with one mngr drilling me in-depth on past companies and selling circumstances and techniques...pretty harsh to the point that one of the other panel mngrs apologized for the intense setting.
Negotiation Details – they low ball you on base salary expecting you to negotiate...base salaries range from $40-$60k based on what you negotiate, with them usually started at $40-$45k offer.
Pros: The why: "To help others have a better life!" is executed well every day by thousands of caring people and is why I joined Gentiva. They are very growth oriented and are doing what they can to continually improve their processes and offerings. IT… – Full Review
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