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I have been working at Vincent Huang & Associates full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
Most of the people are great. Internal support is exceptional. Known as #1 in the industry. Dealers also love VHA.
Low pay for the work expected (known as lowest paying Master Agent) . Compensation plan is not clear and depending on position not in writing. High turnover in outside team and management. Expect a lot of Christian faith references in meetings. Will tell you what you do wrong while not recognizing what you do right. Low field moral.
Advice to Management
Internally many people are not happy. Many field based members dont know how they are being paid. Fear based management is taking its toll on employees. Seems as though the right hand doesn't know what the left is dong. Too many requests for reports, meetings and extra work for the low salary and bonus opportunities. Many great employees are looking to move on.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Vincent Huang & Associates.
The interview process is extremely odd, and way too lengthy. You either have to have no life, no current job, or all the time in the world to go through their drawn out interview process. You will be asked about feedback about everything throughout the entire interview process. They want you to judge them in the hour you sit with them what you don't like about them. This was very difficult as i'm not a very judgmental person and they make you pick something. It's so ridiculous, they kept saying they felt like they weren't getting to know me or my interviews were scripted. Well, when someone asks you about your previous employer and you truly hate the place you work at you aren't generally supposed to say that in an interview...however, they would prefer you tell them you absolutely hate the place you work at, rather then saying the positives about your current job. Just a word of advice while they are talking think about what you don't like about them because they will ask you and make you say an answer. The oddest interview process I've ever been 2.
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