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Great product, some nice people here and there.
Trust no one even if they seem to like you. Expect a max annual raise of 3% only no matter how good you are.
Advice to Management
The people that work for the benefit of Mobile Mini are human, not dogs. Treat them as such.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 7+ weeks. I interviewed at Mobile Mini in August 2015.
Applied at beginning of July. At end of July, a recruiter started sending me daily interviews to reach out to someone to schedule. After several attempts, I was unable to get in touch. At this point it had been three weeks, so I moved on. At the beginning of August, they reached out to me and interviewed on the phone. The process was easy, and I was sent a link to do testing. I breezed through and after a few days I was contacted and informed that I would be moved to meeting with branch manager. After a week, I still had not heard from them so I contacted recruiter and informed another company was interested as well. In a few days, he called and we had an informal chat/telephone interview. I was told he would contact me for an in person in a day or so. I waited another week, meanwhile another company is letting me know training would be starting in a few weeks if hired. Mobile Mini paid more and had better hours, so I contacted recruiter and let her know the deal. I was rushed in for an in person interview on a Monday. I was told my next step would be with the regional, and that the job would start in a "couple of weeks". Another week went by, I put the other company off in an attempt to buy time, but still keep option open. Finally, I contacted recruiter again, and told them that an offer was pending, and a third was scheduled with another company. I got a call from what I would later learn was another branch manager, not a regional. Our interview went well, she gave me the "couple of weeks" line again and she asked for my references. ( solid, verifiable and from past employers/managers) I went to the lower paying job interview the next day content with the fact that an offer from MM was pending. As it turns out, that very next day I got the "we decided to go with a better candidate with better qualifications" letter on both. I understand about the low pay one, I was overqualified. MM I was very qualified, so I am just shaking my head. Perhaps they were just testing the waters, maybe it's just busy work. One never knows. What I do know is they wasted my time. As an experienced sales pro, that's something very valuable to me.
- All pretty standard, run of the mill interview questions. Pretty informal. Answer Question
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Mobile Mini®, Inc. is the world’s leader in delivering high quality service in the portable storage and office industry. In the US and Canada, the company has over 100 branch locations and 1,100 full time employees. We are a progressive, employee and customer centric company that is reinventing the portable storage industry with world class service and differentiated products ...
Mission: To be the leader in portable storage solutions to customers everywhere. To be the company of choice for employees, customers and shareholders. - Recognizing and rewarding talented employees at all levels of the company - Exceeding customer expectations with high-quality products and service - Creating shareholder value through profitable growth and returns