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Fun industry, great travel, great people, great cafeteria. Overall pretty relaxed and fun atmostphere
Salary a bit low for the position, not much room to advance. Management styles are different per division
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at JAM.
Walked into a very informal setting of five or six twenty-somethings. The 'interview' was much less of an interview and more of a sales pitch; they glorified the position and mentioned a few times how I would be in a management position within months. The person conducting the interview went as far as to tell me his salary which I found extremely unprofessional. After five minutes of listening and not giving any personal background information, I was invited to meet them 'on site' the following day. I did show up but already knew it was a scam. I left that moment and never looked back.
- I was handed a product in the middle of a retail store and told to use techniques, such as grab the shoppers arm and place the product into their hand, and try and sell it to them. 1 Answer
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JAM Industries wants to provide musically-inclined Canadians with the opportunity to jam at a hootenanny or a jamboree. The firm is a leading North American musical equipment distributor. It operates eight divisions: American Sound & Music; Coast Music (music accessories); Erickson Audio (pro audio equipment); Erikson Music (musical instruments, including Korg keyboards); Erikson Pro (sound and lighting equipment); Erikson Commercial (audio and video equipment), Erikson Consumer (consumer electronics retailer products); and Korg Canada. JAM was founded in 1972 when...