I applied online and interviewed at Wireless Vision.
Interview Details – on line application process then interview with market manager then with director of sales next is a back ground check then offer.
Interview Question – how do you change a culture Answer Question
Negotiation Details – they made off I took it no negotiation
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Wireless Vision in October 2013.
Interview Details – have a plan ready to execute and if you can shop the location you are looking to work for before the interview.
Interview Question – Where do you see the business in 6 months? View Answer
Negotiation Details – easy
I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Wireless Vision in September 2013.
Interview Details – Long not organized and wasted alot of time that could have been spent training or for those rejected wasted time to find other job. Phone interview first interview with one manger 2nd interview two managers. Background then drug test
Interview Question – What is your greatest weakness View Answer
Negotiation Details – They dont negotiate take it or leave it
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Wireless Vision in March 2013.
Interview Details – I had a phone interview, and then I had a interview with 2 market managers. It seemed like it was good cop and bad cop roles for them. It was not a welcome feeling. The people in the corp office was very rude during the background process.
Interview Question – Asked a lot of questions of what I did before. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – none
Interviewed at Wireless Vision
Interview Details – Initial screening is easy to pass if you have ever been in sales. In fact, most people not in sales can pass it. Interview process is called a "PBI" . It is completely subjective in regards to how they rate you based on the two interviewers. If one guy doesn't like you very much, you will get a lower score in the 5 point scale. You can only get hired if you pass their minimum of 3.7 or something like that. You can easily BS your way through this process. Just sound good and follow the STAR method. You might have to go through 2 rounds of this, or depending on the need, they may even notify you that you the next day that you have the job. It just depends.
Interview Question – All the questions are the same for all candidates. Nothing unexpected about it. If you do receive an unexpected question, it will be inpromptu because they are trying to find out additional "behaviors" from you. If they do this, though, understand that this is not a standard question and may not have been asked to other people that were interviewed for the same position, which is technicially unfair in reviewing job candidates. But, if you nail it, you may get the job. Answer Question
Reason for Declining –
I had been in other commissioned sales environments and the commission structure did not seem to be strong. I asked how often the structure has changed in the past few years and they did not want to provide me with a solid answer which means that it is unstable.
The staffing levels of some of the stores that I had visited prior to the interview and they seemed understaffed. When I inquired about employment opportunities as a sales rep to the managers, they all said that they were fully staffed at their locations. Some things just didn't add up. I went to the interview anyway hoping that the pay would at least off set this... it turns out that it does not.
I also found out from current managers that I talked to after the interview that the there is no standardized salary for incoming managers or promoted managers. It is all completely based on what the market manager and his boss have in mind. They will try to get you at the biggest bargain that they can and not allow for salary movements because of the "commission" aspect of the job based off of store performance. It doesn't matter what volume store you are at, which is really counterintuitive if you ask me.
I applied through other source and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Wireless Vision in January 2012.
Interview Details – Performance Based Interview (Tell me about a time when you...) Two people asking questions that are long and extremely wordy. Just be ready to get the basic idea of what is being asked.
Interview Question – Tell me about how you have explained a technical process or product to a non technical audience? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Non negotiable. Take it or leave it. Recruiter was rude at this point and stretched the truth a lot about earning potential. Said the comp would make up for the low salery. Gave me figures that were about half what they really were.
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Wireless Vision in March 2011.
Interview Details – It is a performance based interview. They will ask several behavioral questions in which you will need to provide specific situations. They go very in depth with each situation. The interview is about an hour.
Pros: Working along with my peers to achieve the objectives has been very fulfilling. The lateral team that I have had the great pleasure of working along side of has really been a high point in my time here. We share a common vision of what the truth… – Full Review
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