I applied through an employee referral - interviewed at Marriott Vacation Club in July 2009.
Interview Details – You must find a position you wish to apply for either on their website or a job board. The recruiters review the qualifications against the job description set forth by the hiring manager. The recruiter will send the applicants resume to the hiring manager to see if they wish to meet with the applicant. If so, the applicant will be called in and the 3 part hiring process begins. First the manager uses a questionnaire based on the experiences in different areas and how the applicant handled it. If the manager wants to progress with the applicant, the recruiter will contact the applicant and schedule an interview with the hiring managers boss. They will do the same type of interview but ask different questions. The two interviewers then rate the quality of the answers and compare how each other rated the applicant. If the scores are good and they agree that this is a good match, the hiring manager will contact the recruiter asking them to set a time to meet with the hiring manager so a verbal offer can be made. Once the applicant is given the verbal offer and accepts it. A written offer is signed and the interview process is over and a start date is established.
Interview Question – Since they use a format which bases the interview on what issues the applicant has faced and what they did to resolve it and the result, all of the questions will be unexpected. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They told me the salary when they gave the verbal offer. It was within my range so ther was no negotiation. However, they do not negotiate the salary offered unless they really wanted you and it fit in the middle to top of the pay range.
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