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I have been working at Aleuro as an intern (less than an year)Pros
I have been an intern at Aleuro for a few months and the experience I have had is unlike anything I can find anywhere else. Going into my interview I was a bit intimidated, but the front desk receptionist made sure I wasn't nervous. The music playing in the lobby made me relax a little bit more and the manager I interviewed with was not intimidating at all. Now being an intern for HR the interview process is something that nobody should be intimidated by. The Managers welcome everyone with open arms and always have an open mind when it comes to interviewing.Cons
None at all, the interview process is great!Advice to ManagementAdvice
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Aleuro.Interview Details
My initial impression of the company is that they were a group of very friendly people. I was in communication with Christina England for about a week prior to my interview and she made me feel very welcome to the company before I ever stepped foot into the office. When I walked in I was greeted by a very friendly young lady at the front desk, I believe her name was Maria and she was very easy to talk with. She was not hesitant to answer my questions about the company and was able to calm any nerves that I may have had going into my interview.
My interview consisted of being placed with one of their best employees and shadowing him as he went through his typical work day. The job itself consisted of door to door sales for AT&T and was very exhausting, especially considering how hot of a day it was, but it was definitely something that I felt I was capable of doing well. My trainer/interviewer was very nice and helpful and was a decent guy to the point that we exchanged numbers and have stayed in infrequent contact over the past few weeks.
Overall they are actually a really great company for anyone who is looking to forge their own path and be responsible for making their own money based on performance and the staff is exceptional and extremely friendly, but they are definitely not a company that any and everybody can succeed with, it takes a very specific mindset to pull it off.Interview Questions
Reasons for Declining
- Didn't really ask any questions, it was more of a showing me what they do type of interview. Answer Question
I declined the offer because they wanted me to make a decision by the following Friday and I, unfortunately, had too many interviews lined up to feel comfortable pulling the trigger on choosing the position. The fact that it was a commission based position also made me uneasy because I have a young daughter and there are others who are doing it and supporting their families just fine, but in my mind the law of averages would have to come into play at some point and everyone couldn't be successful with this type of job.Declined OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
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Aleuro, Inc. is a privately owned and operated direct marketing and sales firm. We are outsourced by different multi-billion dollar companies like AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, DirectTV, Comcast, Quill, etc. to become the face behind their logos and drive sales for their products. Our current clients are AT&T UVerse which is a B2C residential campaign and T-Mobile which is a B2B...
Mission: To promote energetic, ambitious and hard working individuals from an entry level sales and marketing position to a leadership position, to an Assistant Management role...