Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Uline in February 2010.
Interview Details – HR may interview you, Online writing test, Math test when you come in to the office for additional interviews.
Interview Question – All Simple. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Matching of previous or past salary depending on experience.
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Uline in September 2013.
Interview Details – 4 Step Process: Phone interviews, Writing Sample, Video Conference Interview
Interview Question – Describe how you pay attention to detail ? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Uline.
Interview Details – Nice interviewing process. Simple. I met with a few managers and talked about myself and past work experience. Then I asked a lot of questions about the position. I also presented a lot of questions to the hiring managers. They liked that. Who doesn't like to talk about themselves!
Interview Question – The most difficult question was, How do you deal with a difficult boss? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Simple. It was a good offer and I took the position.
I applied online and interviewed at Uline.
Interview Details – Appreciate all the previous reviews. I dropped out of the process after reading them. The same them of micromanagement, and nonsensical management, kept coming through. Can also see the owners are overtly political, including posting their strong rightwing views on the website and hosting the divisive governor of Wisc. at co. HQ. Their right, of course, but not good business.
Interview Question – Was called for interview and sent material to do ahead of time. There is a 50 Q sales test - for an I.T. position?! A personality test - ok, makes sense, but if you have experience, you know what works for you, and your references will verify that or not. Fill out a job app. Was to show up early for a couple quick tests, which reviews show will be a numbers test and pattern recognition test.
I'm not gonna wear professional wear, including a tie, while diving under desks and carrying dusty PCs around. That's just dumb. Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Uline.
Interview Details – Contacted by HR to set up an interview (turns out to be a sort of "group" interview). During this interview, you take a couple of tests, someone speaks with you about why you want to pursue a job as a CSR. If your answers are good, they put you through more testing. Assuming you pass that, they schedule you for a second interview and give you MORE assessments to take before that. During your second interview, you talk with two people and if all goes well, you'll receive an offer.
Interview Question – "What did you like about your last job?" View Answer
Negotiation Details – My start date was very flexible and depending on when you're offered the position, you might get a choice of shifts.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Uline in August 2013.
Interview Details – There were four basic assessments that must be emailed to HR before a 1 on 1 interview. The interviewer I dealt with seemed unenthusiastic.
Interview Question – There were not any difficult questions. It was very straightforward with all the typical questions. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Uline in August 2013.
Interview Details – I received a call saying Uline was interested in me and wanted to set up an interview to come in and talk to a hiring manager. I set it up, they emailed me a writing test, personality assessment, and a sales test (I had a hard time with that...I am not a salesperson!). I drove an hour and a half to the interview, took a math test, then had a five minute interview with a recruiter who asked me a few things about my resume. Weird.
Interview Question – Did I have a problem with business dress? Answer Question
I applied online - interviewed at Uline in July 2013.
Interview Details – Did the initial paperwork and tests they send you. Then did the 2nd batch of tests before the interview. The initial interview I thought went ok, however it's been 10 days now with no word. I would like to see what the 2nd interview would be like. Time will tell...
Interview Question – What kind of salary are you looking for. View Answer
I interviewed at Uline in February 2011.
Interview Details – Turned in my application on Monster and received a call the next day for an interview that week. Others have said they had one, but I did not have phone interview. The two math tests onsite were fairly easy and the interview afterward was fairly quick. Received an email the next day asking me to fill out four tests, two personality, a sales test (which was very intense) and a short writing test. The tests were fairly lengthy, but they must weigh the sales test fairly lightly if you are not going into sales because I have never worked in sales and made guesses for a lot of answers. The day after turning in the 4 tests I was asked to come in for another interview. The second interview was much more thorough. A few days later asked to turn in 3 references. Contrary to what other posters have said, my experience has been quite pleasant. The process is a little lengthy but you have to keep in mind that this is a large company and the position I am applying for pays well, so of course they are going to do whatever they can to weed out people they do not want.
Interview Question – Questions were pretty standard. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Uline in July 2013.
Interview Details – To add to what everyone else has been saying, they put you through a bunch of pointless personality and IQ tests prior to coming in. Once you get there, you have to complete two more math tests. It is very clear that they interview just about anyone that applies. They said that the position that I was applying for is based on "growth" which was his segway into trying to offer me a collections position. They keep positions open to bring in talent, without the interviewee knowing they are interviewing for a phantom position.
Interview Question – The questions were very basic and scripted. Nothing special. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – They offered me a position that I wasn't applying for nor had any interest in.
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