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Great co-workers. Growing supply chain business solutions. Chances for advancement. Very strong and stable company despite the woes of the recession on the freight business.
Nothing really to bring to attention
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Arkansas Best (Fort Smith, AR).
Process consisted of a phone interview, two face-to-face interviews and an extensive background check. The phone interview consisted of very basic background questions and resume clarification. The first face-to-face interview consisted of behavioral and situational questions followed by a skills test (math and typing). The second face-to-face interview was with the VP of sales and consisted of more behavioral and personal questions to see if I was a fit for the culture. I was offered the position the same week and accepted. The whole process took about 2 weeks.
- Basic questions. What is a time where you dealt with a disgruntled customer and still created a successful sales situation? Answer Question
Did not Negotiate.
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Arkansas Best puts its best efforts on the road to provide freight transportation services in its home state and the rest of North America. Specializing in long-haul, less-than-truckload (LTL) shipments of general commodities (no hazardous waste or dangerous explosives), subsidiary ABF Freight System accounts for over 90% of the company's sales. (LTL carriers combine freight from multiple shippers into a single truckload.) ABF Freight System operates a fleet of about 3,800 tractors and 19,000 trailers from about 275 terminals in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico; it ...