Interviews for Top Jobs at Vacations To Go
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- Tour Agent (1)
- Cruise Counselor (1)
- Sales Executive (1)
- Sales (1)
- Online Editorial Assistant (1)
- Editorial Assistant (1)
- Receptionist (1)
- Assistant Editor (1)
- Travel Agent (1)
- Travel Consultant (1)
The process took 3 days – interviewed at Vacations To Go (Houston, TX) in December 2011.
I saw the ad on monster.com and submitted my resume, I followed up by finding the local office phone number and asking for human resources. The person in the office pulled up my resume while I was on the phone and set up my interview for two days later. The interview was relatively relaxed and informative. I got a call back that evening for my next interview two days later. They seem to have a two part interview requirement. At the end of my second interview I was given a math and language skills test, directly related to the job. End of day they called and made me an offer to start in the Monday training class contingent on a criminal background check.
It's a 90 day guarantee with a lower commission rate then is all commission at a higher rate. Six months until benefits become available.
- Nothing difficult or surprising was asked. Answer Question
I made an attempt at negotiation of the guarantee but there was no wiggle room.