- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Entrepreneurial spirit, collaborative management. Open communication. We work hard but maintain life/work balance.
Customer Service needs improvement.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Knoll (East Greenville, PA) in September 2014.
I was contacted by a head hunter about a Sales Operations Analyst role with Knoll. She had been recruiting for the position for less than 2 weeks at the time. I had an hour long phone interview with her, which led to an onsite interview with the head of HR and a sales operations team member. Later that same day, the team expressed an interest in me to the head hunter and mentioned that they had another role they would like me to consider. A couple of weeks later, I met with the SVP of sales in a local coffee shop, who informed me of another, newly-created position that Knoll designed after our initial conversations. I enjoyed my conversation with the SVP very much and although there was no formal job description developed at this time, there was mutual interest in proceeding with the interview process. The next step involved me meeting with another member of the sales team in Knoll's East Greenville, PA headquarter location, where I was given a tour of the facility and had the opportunity to see where my office would be. About 2 weeks later, I received an offer.
Overall, my experience was very positive.
- Those I interviewed with seemed more interested in me than knowing every detail of my background and experience. There was a strong emphasis on who I was as a person and where I saw myself in the future. Answer Question
I discussed, in great length, my desired compensation package with the recruiter and that I was in the late stages of the interview process with another company. The recruiter did a phenomenal job relaying my desires to the company and Knoll came through with a decent offer and the caveat that it was non-negotiable. Fortunately for me, the offer was strong and I accepted within a few days.
From the Bauhaus style to business chic, Knoll has designs on the furniture market. The firm makes a variety of distinctively designed, curvilinear office furniture and related accessories, including office systems (aka cubicles). Its products are sold under such names as Equity, Antenna, AutoStrada, Reff Profiles, Morrison, Template, Wa, and Currents. Other items include ergonomic seating, tables and desks, and filing systems. Founded in 1938, it offers an upscale line of designed furniture (KnollStudio), computer and desk accessories (KnollExtra), and fabric and leather...