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Love being able to make my own schedule. Love being outside and own my own not stuck in a cube all day.
Lots of miles on my vehicle.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at Mueller Services.
Applied on line and was then contacted via email to set up the 1st interview. I called in and spoke to a representative to schedule an interview but she actually did it on the spot. This interview lasted around 10 minutes and wasn't hard at all. They really want to know if you are currently working and if you have the intentions of quitting that job. Even though I applied for part-time they wanted a full commitment. For $12 an hour, they are out of their minds! They also want to know your availability that will pull you away from their company. (Weddings, doctor's appt's, vacations, etc). I made the mistake of saying I had a weekend conference & they asked everything about it except what I was wearing to it. Bottom line, they want to know how much time if any you will not be available for them. If they want that much of your time, you'd think they would up the ante in pay? After the interegation, I was told I'd get an email for the next step which was a webinar. Step 2 in the interview process you have to call & log into a webinars where they show a powerpoint presentation about what you will do as a Field Service Rep. After this is over, you are given a number to set up an interview with Manager that is in your territory. Why they can't cut through the chase & let the manager do all of this is beyond me? I called & scheduled set up an interview time w/ a manager which was in 2 days. As I was waiting, a friend of mine that works as a contractor for insurance claims told me to steer clear of Mueller because they had a bad rep for not taking care of their people. She told me to check out the reviews on Mueller on the glassdoor.com and boy am I glad I did!!! After reading "5" pages of NEGATIVE reviews, it was a no-brainer that I DID NOT want to work for this company. One of the most important things that stuck out to me in a litany of negative reviews is this: Although you may commit to working your own hours, you day WILL NOT END until you complete numerous reports for them. Oh, and by the way...you won't get paid for it! One of the managers called me & I politely declined to proceed any further w/ the interview or the company. What's funny is the next day, Mueller emails me to say "they" decided I didn't meet their requirements and declined my interview. LOL, idiots! I decided not to continue with YOU! Word to the wise, DO SOME RESEARCH on any company you apply with or talk with someone in that organization who is unbiased. I thank God for the glassdoor.com, saved me future frustration.
- Even though this is a part time position, can you dedicate to full time and how many hours a day can you commit? 1 Answer
Mueller Reports is a leading provider of data collection and business intelligence solutions for insurance carriers, committed to providing customers with reliable information and data analysis tools. Independently owned and operated, we have been providing customers with innovative services for over 30 years.
Mission: Mueller strives to provide the most accurate, dependable, and versatile data collection products in the industry. Our growth from a small, regional company to a national...