Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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National Sales Support Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Paylocity (Arlington Heights, IL) in March 2015.
Started at my University Career Fair. Got pulled aside by recruitment and told all about the company. Set up for a phone interview just to go over your resume, very simple. Followed up with an in person interview with two of the NSS managers. Very casual, cool people. Mostly the interview is a casual conversation for them to get a better feel for who you are. If you're able to hold a conversation with them and just not be weird then it will be a breeze. Some of the key things to focus on.... what motivates you? where do you see yourself in your career? WHY PAYLOCITY??---- this is a big one, really sell them on why you want to be here. Why sales? Mostly very simple things to see if you will be a good fit with the culture here. They want highly driven people with bright minds and a will to WIN. That's the key. If you can answer all these questions with that mindset then you will be looking a great new job.
- What motivates you? 1 Answer
Other Interview Reviews for Paylocity
National Sales Support InterviewAccepted Offer
Interview is very casual and easy going. The people that interview you are the managers and it a good way to get a feel for management before taking the job. They are really just looking for people who are easy to converse with because the job is simply talking. Be relax and don't be creepy and your looking at a new great job.
- How do you handle rejection? Answer Question
No drug test!
National Sales Support InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week – interviewed at Paylocity in July 2014.
Questions about your background and where you see yourself in 5 years. How to deal with denial and name examples of you dealing with it and how you bounce back from it. Just be yourself and speak clearly like you would be talking to someone over the phone
National Sales Support InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Paylocity (Arlington Heights, IL) in May 2014.
Process is incredibly simple. You apply and a recruiter calls you. This person will praise this position and say how wonderful it is. They'll tell you it isn't sales although that's exactly what it is treated as being. You will be told there is no quota but there is. You might be shown the "game room" when you come in for an interview. The items in this room are a barely used Playstation 4, a ping pong table only 4 people use and a dart board. Interview is with one to three team leads and the department manager. Noone asks anything of substance. If you smile and try to be friendly you'll be hired. They need people way too badly here. You'd have to be rather dull not to get hired.
- There were none. This is barely even an interview. Answer Question
There's no negotiation. You get the usual scam wage of this era and you're on your way to misery.