RecommendsNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at RouteOne full-time (More than 3 years)
Benefits, Culture, Environment, and People
Growth is isolated, progress is slow, change is wishful
Advice to Management
Consider the direct contributions and actions of leaders to assess their performance versus the overall success of the organization. Just because the business is doing well doesn't mean that the leaders are doing well. Leverage ratio is a popular term in meetings here, yet the leverage ratio of performance among leaders and their resources is not considered... Don't be afraid to re-allocate resources that are in positions they are not suited for.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at RouteOne in March 2014.
I had an interview for a contract-to-hire position, and interviewed with two people. Unfortunately the HR manager gave me a different time than when the interviewers had expected to meet me, but it worked out ok because as a result, I arrived an hour early, not late! The interview itself was reasonable and 45 minutes long. I received compliments for some of my responses and sample work, however, I did not get the position, presumably because I did not have the background they were looking for. There were a couple tests they required before they called me for an interview: a written requirements sample and a logic test. The requirements sample was fair and fun, but the logic test was rather cryptic...I couldn't tell on one of the questions whether it was a trick question or bad grammar!
- Before even setting up an interview, the HR person asked me what my salary requirements were. I have been under the impression that this is bad manners at such an early stage, and it suggests that they might be more concerned with filling a seat within their budget than they are with getting quality talent, which could be a sign of other problems... Answer Question
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Ever wonder why it takes so long to be approved for a car loan? Maybe it's because your dealer isn't using RouteOne. The Web-based company is a joint venture established by GMAC (which became Ally Financial in 2010), Ford Motor Credit, Toyota Financial Services, and DaimlerChrysler Financial Services in 2002. It has created the RouteOne credit application software, which speeds the automotive finance process for dealers, finance sources, and car buyers. Dealers who use RouteOne can submit credit applications to their finance sources (and not just the JV partners ...