I interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in July 2012.
Interview Details – Had phone interview and in person.
Interview Question – Standard interview questions Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in December 2010.
Interview Details – It was a lot of tests and things you had to take before you could even get an inteview. Then I got called back for an interview, then met with the manager for that department
Interview Question – Whats your weakest trait Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Becuase it was not much money
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in July 2009.
Interview Details – Began with extensive online application, which went further than the standard process, as it included a math, english, mechanical aptitude, and current events test section.
I was selected to come in for assessment via computer: again, a mathmatical and technological aptitude test that I completed in about an hour and a half. After I completed the testing, I was scheduled for a one on one interview to be held a week and a half later.
That appointment commensed with a personality and circumstances profile (I.e. hobbies, "friends would describe me as.....," family composition, education and aspirations.) A girl who I'd age at being ~20 conducted the interview alright enough and the questions were mainly easy enough. She pulled out a couple of job descriptions my tests had deemed me suitable to: both in sales (I'd applied for an incoming calls support gig.) At the conclusion of this interview, she scheduled me for yet another interview, this time with a "panel."
I got to thinking of how ridiculous this process was: I'd been through 4 steps and it was explained there were an additional 3 more interviews to go. After expressing concern to those around me, it was divulged that this would only be the beginning of the micro managerial, hoop jumping tetiousness should I accept a job with Rey Rey. I called my interviewer and told her another opportunity had materialized more quickly (aka the job I was currently in, which I do have a new found respect for after the Reynolds run around,) and that I'd accepted it, and did not intend to continue with her hiring process.
The process took 1 week - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in March 2012.
Interview Details – I applied through my school's career resource center. Once applied, they directed me to take their intelligence test, which consisted of some math problems, SAT-esque, algebra, etc. Also a personality test where you choose between three options for a given question- Many of the questions had gray areas which left me uncomfortable with any answer. Then there was a phone interview. It was some lady and she didn't have a lot to say, I forced the conversation along like pulling teeth. She asked basic questions, not even specific to the job But I guess they weren't planning on hiring me anyway, which is perhaps why the conversation was so awful, uninformative, and generally stupid.
Interview Question – Why did you apply to Reynolds and Reynolds? View Answer
Very Difficult Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took 5 months - interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in October 2009.
Interview Details – This was a long and grueling interview process.
It started with submitting my resume through my college career center.
Then there was a short phone screening.
Then I had to complete an employment application, which consisted of multiple open-ended questions about why I wanted to work in sales at Rey & Rey.
Then there was a 6 part intelligence test, which I completed remotely.
Then an 1 hour phone interview.
Then a drug test to ensure I don't smoke. (They don't hire anyone who smokes).
Then a face to face interview with the district manager; however, the first couple hours were spent at a FedEx Office, completing another intelligence test while he proctored.
Then I got a phone call saying the interview process had been put on hold.
Then 2 weeks later I got another phone call saying never mind, but we actually want to continue with the process.
Then I had to fly to Southern CA (from San Francisco) for the day to interview with the Regional Manger (ReyRey took care of the accommodations).
And after all of this, I received a generic email, which opened with the words "Dear Applicant" notifying me that I had not gotten the job.
Since this was a sales position, I never actually went to a ReyRey office because everyone I interviewed with in person worked out of their home. Everyone I talked to from the company was very friendly; however, I was shocked by how impersonal their rejection letter was. After all the time and commitment I put into the interview process I expected a phone call or at least expected my name to be in the email. I actually brought this to the attention of the RM, and he was shocked as well and said he'd talk to HR about this, so I hope they have since corrected this.
Interview Question – Lets pretend you are working at a store, and I am a customer who just walked in. Your goal is to sell this pair of sunglasses to me. What do you say? Answer Question
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