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I have been working at Walker Marketing and ConsultantsPros
One of the first things I noticed when I started my career here was the overall positive vibes you get walking in the door. Every single person that works for the company is a joy to be around and that makes it a blast! If you are looking for somewhere where there are 'no ceilings' this is the place. There are so many different opportunities to move up in the company and grow your career. The training I received from the company is like no other company I have worked with. I have become extremely confident in my job and that's something I've never felt before.Cons
A Monday - Friday 8-5 schedule, who can complain about that? I've been able to go to multiple company conferences out of state which was a lot of fun and it's something I've never done before. There really isn't anything negative about this company.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Maybe have more one on one conversations with your team, we all have a lot of great ideas we would like to share!RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Walker Marketing and Consultants.Interview Details
Very Unprofessional! Very Misleading! I applied online and heard back from their recruiter within a couple hours. I agreed to go in for an initial interview the next day. When I walked in, there was music playing in the lobby and a girl at the front desk dressed VERY unprofessionally. While she was very nice and talked to me about my weekend plans, I was immediately suspicious. I was interviewed by the CEO and he was nice. Throughout the interview, it felt more like a conversation as he reviewed my resume and answered my questions. I was assured that it was not "sales" and it was potentially a cool opportunity with a great deal of growth. I left feeling a bit more optimistic and when they called me back that afternoon to request a follow up interview, I accepted as I was curious to learn more.
The second interview consists of an all day shadow (9am-5pm). This would give me the opportunity to see first hand what I would be doing. When I arrived I was paired up with two team members. Again, I was surprised by the way women dressed (first impressions are important). This is when I found out that I would spend my entire day in Dayton, OH. I should have spoken up and declined the invitation, but I continued to go along with the day. Frustrated and stuck in Dayton, I felt very mislead and unprepared for the day ahead of me. We spent the day going door to door to different business. There is a great deal of independence in this position, meaning that you must have incredible self-motivation and time-management. While I was told otherwise, this job is sales, which means you are working off of commission. I was very underwhelmed by the professionalism of this company and my day of shadowing only reinforced this.
I learned the hard way! Do your research, ask the right questions and trust your gut!Interview Questions
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n 2009, WM&C was formed in Ohio, our goal is to be the best and train our career-minded employees to provide our clients with the best results for their customers. We believe that integrity and professionalism is why we are the top leader in the marketing industry today. By focusing our efforts on a face to face, relationship-based marketing approach, we are able to bring our...
Mission: In 2009, Walker Marketing and Consultants was formed in Ohio in response to a demand by service companies for a more effective, personal, and result driven marketing...