Interviewed at Total Quality Logistics
Interview Details – You must be confident and a position in sales
Interview Question – what makes you think you will succeed in this job as everyone who works here says it is the hardest job they have ever had Answer Question
Negotiation Details – flat 35k
I applied online and interviewed at Total Quality Logistics.
Interview Details – Initial Phone Screen, followed by a video phone screen, followed by a video meeting with Hiring Managers
Interview Question – Tell me about the last time you were 'rejected'? or a time you experienced 'rejection' recently? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Total Quality Logistics.
Interview Details – Pretty straight forward interview questions. They first set up a phone interview, then you move on to an on-sight interview. You must present a 2-3 minute sales pitch during the 30 minute phone interview. They're very curious about your work and education history, and the further in depth you can go, the better. Definitely ask a lot of questions, as the exact nature of this company isn't exactly clear.
Interview Question – All questions were standard interview questions, the sales pitch is where you could easily get thrown off. It is a sales job and they want to make sure you're able to handle the task. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Total Quality Logistics in July 2013.
Interview Details – Gave my resume to a recruiter at a career fair. Was contacted for an interview soon after. Started with a phone interview involving a 3 minute sales pitch for anything you choose. Then an in person interview lasting 5 hours. You first watch a video about the position and the compensation structure. Then a 1 minute sales pitch over the phone to the hiring manager's voicemail. I then sat with a couple of people who are currently doing the job.
After about an hour of talking with the line grunts I was interviewed by 2 people from HR. I did not feel like the position would be a good fit for me and I told them so.
Interview Question – Questions weren't really difficult but their is a geography quiz. US geography. View Answer
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Total Quality Logistics.
Interview Details – I was initially contacted by a recruiter who saw my resume online. After a phone screen I was invited to come in for an on site interview. The interview took two hours and consisted of an exam that included memory testing, state abbreviations and time zones, and simple math. The job requires 50 hrs a week of calling and connecting carriers with loads from manufactures. There seems to be a lot of potential for sales there, and a good training program. Also, be prepared to give a 1 min pitch of why you are the best one for the job.
Interview Question – How have your previous experiences prepared you for B2B sales? Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Total Quality Logistics in February 2012.
Interview Details – The interview process was quick and easy. The recruiter asked simple questions regarding your background. The questions asked had nothing to do with sales or management experience. It seemed to be more of a personality "test" rather than an interview. The only part of the interview that resembled an actual 'Sales' job process was when you were asked to give an example of selling a product to the recruiter.
Interview Question – List five reasons why we should hire you. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Total Quality Logistics in June 2013.
Interview Details – Recruiter contacted me via university hiring site. Emailed me asking if I was interested. I applied and got a phone interview the next day. The phone interview was three minutes long and was a "get to know you" when the recruiting assistant had told me that I would need to prepare a sales pitch. Got a rejection email a day after the interview. A little bit confused by the process since I had been reached out to and asked very brief and minimally informative questions.
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I applied online - interviewed at Total Quality Logistics in November 2012.
Interview Details – online
Interview Question – why do you want to make money Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Total Quality Logistics.
Interview Details – I met them at a career fair and then I had a phone interview and an on site interview. The job was offered after the on site interview. They dig deep into your résumé on the phone interview and ask questions about your experience. They ask a lot of behavioral questions, like how would you handle stress or rejection, or what keeps you motivated. They are not money shy and want to hear that you are hungry for money. At the onsite interview you take a test on the 50 states location and abbreviations, your computer skills with Microsoft word and excel, time zones, general memory questions and TQL knowledge. Definitely research the company before any interview! You then get to sit down with two LAE's on the floor and you get to ask questions and see what you will be doing everyday. Then you have the recruiters interview you and then the sales manager interviews you.
I applied online - interviewed at Total Quality Logistics in July 2011.
Interview Details – It used to be pretty hard. Not so much. They have hired and fired just about everybody else in Cincinnati. Wear a suit. Be ready. Try and find a job anywhere else!
Interview Question – Why do you want to work at TQL? View Answer
Negotiation Details – They pay $35,000. It come out to about $11 per hour. You will work 55 hours a week.
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