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The people in the company were awesome to work with on a daily basis. During my time at Adaptable, I has an extensive amount of training and everyone was always offering to help and to set up 1 on 1's with me to help me further myself in the company. The atmosphere was fun and energetic and I was happy to find a position that offered me sales and marketing experience. I also was lucky enough to watch a promotion from an assistant manager to a management which showed me how much room for growth there is within the company.
My commute was an hour away which sometimes was a bit difficult. I ended up moving two hours away and not being able to make the commute anymore.
Advice to Management
The management team was extremely supportive and was always offering their help and knowledge to their employees.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Adaptable Business Concepts (King of Prussia, PA) in November 2014.
Originally, a woman e-mailed and then called me after posting my resume on Monster. She talked about the position being account management and marketing and to come in for a quick interview. I went to the interview and sat there talking to the receptionist / HR associate, while waiting for Chris, the CEO, to finish his other interviews. The interview was pretty easy and straightforward, but he mentioned how the company does face-to-face sales and that I would have to start in this role before moving on to account management and marketing. I was invited back for a second interview where I went out with a current account manager for coffee. She was really nice but basically gave the impression that this is a door-to-door sales job selling Verizon Fios. After the coffee, we went back to the office where I interviewed with Chris, the CEO, again. He offered me a job but didn't really give me a chance to think about it. I ended up declining the job because I felt like the whole process was kind of shady with how they brought me in for a different position than they were actually interviewing for.
On another note, they post links to this website and the Better Business Bureau in their e-mails. I feel like a lot of the reviews of the company were written by the CEO himself. He seems just arrogant enough to do that. Also, the Better Business Bureau rating that they have is because they pay the membership dues, not because it is a quality business.
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Reasons for Declining
I originally came in for an account management / marketing position but was told I would basically be doing door-to-door sales. I am not interested in doing that job.
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