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I worked at Delta Foremost full-time (More than 5 years)
Some of these reviews are down-right shocking, and wrong. My experience over the past 6 years has been nothing but positive. If you prefer to work for big corporate America, which is obviously the case for several of the past posters, go right on ahead. I, instead, will work for a company who actually cares about the employees. This company is my second family. Through many trials & tribulations they have been there to support me. They have never once questioned a personal day that was needed. I am a sales professional for Delta Foremost Chemical Corp. I have the best job ever, because I put in the effort and am rewarded. And, I have 100% support. From management, to technical support, to customer service, to the owners, there is an open line of communication. I could not imagine working for anyone else.
The only challenge is challenging yourself to overcome the obstacles which are hindering your success.
Advice to Management
Keep on doing what you are doing, except embrace changes in technology, which you have been attempting to do.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferDifficult Interview
The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Delta Foremost.
Contacted by recruiter a week before her arrival to set up appointment for interview. Recruiter stayed at nicer hotel that actually had a conference table in her hotel room where we conducted the interview. Most thorough interview process that I've ever attended. First day there were several other candidates there before and after I finished my interview. I was called back for a second interview. This interview was a bit more in depth. The recruiter was very professional. She went above and beyond to give me a clear idea of what the job expectation would be. It was a straight commission position, which I was used too. They also offered to cover 1/2 the cost of promo items to give to customers. Coming from a straight commission job before this was a huge plus for me, as most straight commission jobs require the reps to foot the bill alone for these items. I was called back for a 3rd interview. This day I took a test. More of just a common sense test. 4th day I was offered the position. I was able to speak with several other reps and even one of the owners to make sure I had all my questions answered.
- Common sense type test Answer Question
No negotiation, but was able to go home talk it over with my family and call the recruiter the next day with my decision.
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