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I worked at Tecomax full-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
They gave me opportunities to move in and out of state which I thought was really cool especially since I had not finished college yet. They hired me which felt good especially since I had been on many interviews with people who told me either I didnt qualify or was over qualified. After going through the training course for Tecomax's Reliant team, I was able to make $1,300 my 1st week, $1,100 my 2nd week and $4,300 my 3rd week + my Bonuses. I had no issues like those below. I would even ask: Why did you work for 2-3 years with those guys if you were that miserable? the money was amazing, they work with schedules and they promote fast?
They worked with my school schedule and I only needed to work 3-5 days a week to make $1,000 a week so I have no Cons really. I was able to do this consistantly for 3 years. I had to move to a non deregulated state so I had to give up the job : (
Advice to Management
Duplicate your DFW team and make an office in Florida for us to work at! Please!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Tecomax.
It's a two part interview (sort of) First you'll listen to a group info session (that has very little info and is really a sales pitch), then 5-10mins 1on1. Seriously, if they don't extend you an "offer" (i.e. a spot in unpaid training class) you are likely an ax murderer - well, or maybe you only speak Susquehannock.
- They will likely ask if there's anything not on the resume that they "should know"? Specifically, they say that it's ok if you've been incarcerated/sentenced for non-violent crimes, they just want to know up front. 1 Answer
There really wasn't much of a negotiation, I was given a "final and best offer" spiel though... I should have left then and there.
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