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Sales Manager Interview

Sales Manager
Chico, CA

I applied in-person - interviewed at InterContinental Hotels in July 2012.

Interview Details – You will meet with the owner several times then meet with the General Manager
It takes several interviews before you will get an answer

Interview Question – How do you handle upset guests
Are you willing to work long hours after the normal 10 hours
Make 30 cold calls a day
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Negotiation Details – Its different for anyone depending on experience. You need to stand your ground and know your worth. He will want to pay very little money.


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Easy Interview

Sales Manager Interview

Sales Manager
Toronto, ON (Canada)

I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at InterContinental Hotels in July 2010.

Interview Details – Initial call from HR Manager. Very basic interview, no trick questions. Overall the personality was pleasant. Second interview with the DOSM. Individual was really stressed out. The interview was skills based. However, the emphasis was more how the individual would fit with the team. Next interview with CEO and CFO. It was more of a meeting rather than an interview.

Interview Question – Top accounts for the hotel I worked at and is it possible to bring them with me   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – There is no flexibility in salary. It is take it or leave it.

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