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Staff is cool, employees are cool, organized and fast training, simple system to learn, good pay, good hours, off on weekends.
Nothing bad to say about the company really.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days – interviewed at ChaseSource (Athens, TX) in April 2015.
One on one interview.
The 1st 3 questions were made up by the interviewer himself. The others were required for all interviews.
I was handed a piece of paper and asked to initial next to each correct statement. One stating I was shown and described the training hours; the next stating the usual work day hours; the 3rd stating I listened to a sample call (which I didn't). He acted shocked that I had no idea what he was talking about and said the agency should have given me instructions but to this day, I still have no idea where I'd find this. (Thanks, ChaseSource!)
I had to print my name, date and sign the bottom of the page...whatever it was.
I was asked the usual questions like my faults, my best traits, describe my previous job accomishments, a difficult situation I've encountered and how I handled it. What the company's mission statement is (which I still don't know). Then I was asked to describe the mission statement in my own words.
Of course, I was also asked if I had any questions for them.
At the end of the interview, I was asked how I would motivate another person or group of people.
I especially liked this question because it was new to me and caught me off guard.
My interview was long and ran late. I believe they are usually about 30-45 minutes but mine ran over an hour.
I left feeling good about it but havent heard back yet..weeks later.
- What the company's mission statement was and asked to explain it in my own words. 1 Answer
- Describe a difficult situation and how you handled it. 1 Answer
- How would you motivate a person? 1 Answer
- What would you say are your weakest areas? 1 Answer
- What is one of your proudest moments and why. 1 Answer
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