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Reynolds and Reynolds Corporate Recruiter Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Mar 8, 2014
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Corporate Recruiter
College Station, TX

I interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in April 2011.

Interview Details – Started with a phone call. Then an aptitude test. Followed by a skype interview.

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Corporate Recruiter
Dayton, OH

The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in May 2009.

Interview Details – The process was long. As a current full-time college student with a part-time job and college involvement, the process was rigorous and required a lot of time. First, you receive a call saying they are interested and spend about 10 minutes answering questions such as "Do you smoke?," "salary range," and address, etc. Then they e-mail you a link to take tests, ethics survey, and EOE survey. You are supposed to complete the surveys and online skills/personality tests in the next 48 hours. The tests/surveys will take 3-4 HOURS to complete. If you "pass" or have the qualities they are looking for, you receive another phone call to set up a phone interview. The phone interview takes 30-45 minutes. Questions focus on what you know about the company and the experiences you detailed on your resume. You are told that your information will be passed along to the Department for Review and then be notified of their interest. In the meantime, you are sent another form to fill out - the Long Form Application. This form asks more general and overarching questions about you, your hobbies, and your career goals. Once you fill this out and sign, they will consider the potential for a second interview. At this point in the process, I was told they received my information; however, they had made another candidate (who was ahead of me in the process) an offer and that person had accepted. They keep your information on file.

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