Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Metro Public Adjustment in May 2013.
Interview Details – This company advertises on Craigslist, Pennsylvania help wanted section daily with ads that do NOT state the name of the company or phone number. They refused to tell me on the phone anything, insist I come down for a group presentation.
Interview Question – Commission only job, the hiring process is a revolving door.. Recruiters extremely rude and uninformative. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Metro Public Adjustment in October 2012.
Interview Details – They stuck everyone in the basement of an office building and gave what I can only describe as the most boring and uninspiring power point presentation I have every experienced. All of the staff seemed like older has been or younger never was salesmen/women. The presenter kept talking about how every job he goes on he finds all of these things that everyone else missed because he is so smart and good at his job. Any way, after he finished blowing smoke up his own ass he proceeded to explain that if you just lay a little money out now, you can get certified and become highly successful. They will hire anyone who sits through the process, which makes sense because after doing a little research I found out that the company is a multi level marketing scam. You can read up on what that means if you are interested, but long story short it means that they are a slightly more legal version of a pyramid. And if you check the reviews of their company on line, pretty much every customer talks about how they got fucked.
Interview Question – None, they will hire anyone because they will make residual sales off of you Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Organization is a scam that does nothing but ripoff the uninformed
Pros: the positives are their training, support, the people – Full Review
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