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No Offer – Reviewed Feb 18, 2013
Interview Details – The first step is to fill out there application online. Once you contact them and they have a position, they call you in for an interview and some testing. Based on the interview and the testing, they offer you any positions if any are available. Interviewing is very nerve-wracking but the do their best to make it stress-free. One of the recruiters sits with you one on one and speaks with you about your resume, interests, and any openings they have that might fit you. They also have some testing, but they have it set up in a quiet room with minimum distractions.
Interview Question – The most difficult one for me was about my degree because it isn't technical or specific. View Answer
No Offer – Interviewed in Sarasota, FL – Reviewed Oct 18, 2012
Interview Details – Basic questions about skills and rate top five important attributes that you are lokking ofr in a job.
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Newark, NJ Dec 2009 – Reviewed Aug 30, 2011
Interview Details – After online contact I interviewed with Snelling and met with one placement specialist after I took a series of Microsoft Office tests including Excel and Word. We just talked about my background, interests, and what type of work atmosphere I wanted to be placed in. She discussed what openings and offices they currently had available and that if other opportunities became available I would be notified if deemed appropriate. I had initially taken a short term position with a local realty firm and then found other openings that were more appropriate. The interview is mostly to make sure you are a presentable and professional candidate and to ensure you will be entering an environment that is a good fit were you can perform at an acceptable level. The staff was pretty straight forward and conscise in the process.
Interview Question – What type of work environment do you ideally see yourself performing in? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I took another opening.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2011 – Reviewed Mar 8, 2011
Interview Details – Walked in and asked about the job openings they had and said something about the pusher position. The manager said to another worker in the office here is your pusher and told me when to be there and I have had the job ever since.
Negotiation Details – I didn't have to negotiate nothing
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2008 – Reviewed Apr 5, 2010
Interview Details – After submitting my resume, I was contacted by a Recruiter to discuss the job in additional detail. The Recruiter conducted an inital phone interview then scheduled me in for a face-to-face interview with the Branch Manager. When I arrived at the office I was given a skills test along with a personality test followed by the interview with the Branch Manager. About two weeks later, I recieved a phone call from the Branch Manager and was offered the position, but I already accepted a position elsewhere.
Reason for Declining – I already accepted a position elsewhere.
Pros: it's a job that pays every week – Full Review `
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