I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at gloProfessional in November 2012.
Interview Details – First interview via computer. Second interview on phone. Third Interview, flown to do a ride along. Fourth interview, with VP of Sales.
Interview Question – VP of sales will be harsh and rude and spend the entire interview attempting to talk you out of the job. It's to the point of almost insulting you, your job experience and your capabilities. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied online and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at gloProfessional.
Interview Details – 2 phone interviews along with face to face interview with Regional Manager
Interview Question – This is not a glamorous job. What makes you qualified for this position without your outside sales experience? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They basically asked what was my bare minimum of a salary I could live on...
I applied through other source and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at gloProfessional.
Interview Details – The first interview was a webcam with Human Resources. She was very nice and friendly, however, didn't ask questions relating to an outside sales position. The second interview was with with a hiring manager. She was not friendly or upbeat. Seemed a bit intimated with the extreme amount of experience that I have in sales. The compensation package was very misleading. I was told something totally different during both interviews.
Interview Question – The questions during the second interview were not related to an outside sales position. They were more related to make up application. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at gloProfessional in August 2011.
Interview Details – The interview process began with a brief phone interview where I was asked a few questions about why I was interested in the position, and if I was familiar with the beauty/digitel media industry.
The next week I had an in-person interview with two employees. It lasted for less than an hour and was fairly pleasant. The next afternoon I was invited to a follow-up interview with the president of the company.
The president spent the hour rehashing his personal accomplishments and explaining his thoughts on management; For example, how an employee should never tell an employer of their hardships (car accidents, severe illnesses, etc.) and appear upbeat at all times. Little attention was given to the job description or work environment -- basically the purpose of the interview.
The president also spent some time stressing that since it was a new position I would have to "prove my worth" to the company. However I felt the real question was, "why should I pay you?"
Interview Question – How will you "prove your worth" to the company? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There wasn't a negotiating phase. I was offered a salary that amounted to $14/hr before taxes.
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at gloProfessional in February 2013.
Interview Details – It started with a phone interview. Then a web cam interview. Then a ride along.
It was the worst experience I have ever had on a ride along. The young woman was very nervous didn't have the day planned properly. First call didn't open until 12 there at 10. Third call business closed and for a while name was even removed. Was worried about her job. I think she thought I was there to critical of her. Told me she was promised a certain amount of money but is not making even close to that. She has been with the company 4 months and had just gotten her computer. could explain how the commissions work. I traveled two hours to complete the ride along and I could not wait to get back home. The sad thing is she will be very good at her job with some guidance. They should not send a person out for a ride along without experience.
Interview Question – There was no real problem with the questioning. Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at gloProfessional.
Interview Details – Went through a series of 5 interviews. One telephone interview with recruiters, 1 via Skype with another recruiter, a face to face with regional manager, telephone interview with the VP and field ride. Through observations and questions, seems company does not support its employees with such things as training.
Interview Question – How would you treat a customer who denied access or said they were not interested? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Pay, company culture
I applied through a staffing agency and interviewed at gloProfessional.
Interview Details – I was brought on by an agency. My first interview with glo was professional and courteous. I was thrilled by how the position so completely aligned with what I was looking for in my next position.
I was interviewed by the VP of Sales and the VP of Marketing. Both were friendly, yet professional.
I had a phone interview with the agency the previous week and had to wait until Monday for the next stage. All weekend I found myself obsessed with the opportunity to create an amazing recruitment department, enjoyable interview process and work on employee retention efforts. This excited me as I believe in transparency and communication with employees and management. I wanted to be somewhere I could make a difference.
Interview Question – "What is your current skin care routine?" View Answer
Negotiation Details – No real negotiation. I had been in a temporary/ part time role as I was previously laid off and didn't have much leverage. I knew I would have to prove myself in this role.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at gloProfessional.
Interview Details – I was initially contacted by the Corporate Recruiter, followed by a phone screening and one on one interview with her at corporate headquarters. Finally, an interview with the Vice President of Regional Sales. The process was comfortable, professional and enjoyable.
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at gloProfessional in January 2013.
Interview Details – I felt the interviewing process was quite lengthy - submitted Resume - the phone interview 1 - phone interview 2 - Skype interview - interview with regional manager - spent 1 day in the field with manager - phone interview with Vice President - then asked to provide 10 references - THEN a phone call with an offer
Also there were 3 different essays and questions and answers
Interview Question – Very detailed questions about the SkinCare business which I was able to gladly provide - Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Pretty simple - at that point pretty much everything was set
I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at gloProfessional.
Interview Details – The hiring and interview process has been great so far. It has taken a few months for the process to get to where we are now, but I appreciate that about the company. A good company searches for a great person to represent their company. Good people are hard to find. Everyone has been great though. Every person with gloProfessional has been so nice and friendly. They make me excited and happy and that makes me want to jump right in and start selling! Happy employees love their job and you can always tell a good company by their employees. When a great company takes care of it's employees they are happy employees.
Interview Question – The most difficult question was "why do you think you want to work for gloProfessional". I found that question not only difficult because I have so much experience in the field and my passion is medical aesthetics that I had to watch myself and not overwhelm the hiring manager with too much excitement or experience. Answer Question
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