- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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*Constant evolution of processes
*Constant adding of new talent
*New jobs / opportunities always opening + a push to promote from within
*Fun/Professional work environment
*Large enough to have all of the resources needed to compete while small enough to know most employees/accounts
*Technology challenges across the board from Outlook to developing a TMS to EDI failing- can cause major haveck on day to day operations
Advice to Management
Keep listening to the employees and ensure to keep up with the market and technology
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at ProTrans International in December 2014.
This company uses an initial phone screening then a half day interview to determine who is selected for the TDP program. The phone screen is pretty casual, basically they just ask about the information on your resume and tell you a little bit more about the program. The half day interview is fairly challenging. I have been through harder interviews and I have had easier interviews. There are two interviews and each is only 30 minutes so they are pretty fast paced. My first interview had 2 people that were in upper management. My second interview had 3 executives (C-Level people as in CFO, etc). I actually felt more comfortable in my second interview as the first one was very stuffy and one interviewer seemed extra skeptical and really challenged me as I sold myself. You also get a tour of facilities and get to have a "round table discussion" with current members of the TDP.
- Why do you feel you are a good fit for the talent development program? Answer Question
The offer is non negotiable.
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