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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Reynolds American full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
Ongoing training and development. Opportunity to travel, but not all the time. Steady company that gives you all the tools to be successful. Despite selling a product that is in decline, you never feel as if massive cuts are coming.Cons
Dirty job, must be willing to get your hands dirty. No real opportunity for advancement, but the salary is decent and increases with time.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Reynolds American.Interview Details
I'll avoid listing all the steps everyone before me has answered I'll just stick with some tips. 1.)Make sure you follow your recruiters instructions. It's amazing how many tools they give you to set you up for success they essentially walk you through it.
2.)research the company and truly know why you want to work there
3. Ask lots of questions on the Day on The Trade and offer to be hands on ( pay attentions and be ready to discuss what happened during the next steps of the interview process)
4.)prepare yourself for the situational questions in the panel interview. They're not hard but sometimes it's hard to pull out your best examples under pressure. It really helps to have some in the back of your mind.
5. During the panel interview each room will more than likely have two completely different vibes. Don't get too relaxed or too uptight. I think they're trying to gauge if you can remain professional with different personalities.
6. I honestly didn't get the feeling they were trying to trip me up or scare me. They did throw a challenge or two at me but nothing too major. If you are passionate about the job and can find away to communicate why you're a great fit you should be fine. Research and practice. It may feel like overkill but at least if it doesn't work out you can know it wasn't because you failed to prepare.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsI accepted the first territory offered to me. The salary is not negotiable.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
- Nothing difficult. They're gonna ask about situations where you have displayed each of their leadership dimensions. Make you familiarize yourself with them. Answer Question
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Reynolds American Inc. (RAI) holds the #2 position among US cigarette and smokeless tobacco companies through subsidiaries R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and American Snuff Company. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company produces six of the 10 top-selling cigarette brands: Camel, Doral, Kool, Pall Mall, Salem, and Winston. It also makes and markets smoke-free Camel tobacco products. American Snuff Company produces the #1 moist smokeless brand Grizzly as well the premium Kodiak brand.
Other RAI businesses include Reynolds American Inc. Services Company, cigarette maker Santa Fe...