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I applied online. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (Ogden, UT) in Nov 2020
The interview process was pretty ok. I was disappointed with the hourly pay offered. It is not a living wage, however the position I applied for was somewhat entry level.
- Where do I see myself in 5 years
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (United States) in Jun 2016
Phone screen was very straight forward. They more or less checked off resume to make sure I had the experience I listed. The 1 on 1 was easy and all requirements were explained to me.
- What experience do you have in the natural sales field?
The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (United States)
This was a quick and easy process. One phone interview and one in person interview at the work location. No out of the ordinary questions, it was more conversation based.
I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at Nutraceutical (United States)
Started at the very bottom and got promoted twice with hardly any salary movement. The managers just want someone to fill the spot and don't care about your experience or your attendance or your work ethics.
- Are you willing to make a commitment?
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (New York, NY) in Feb 2013
Well! It was very straightforward, I was asked about my previous experience and why I left the company. The interviewer was very nice. She told right on spot that I was hired and told me how much money I will be making er year.
- What is your greatest accomplishment?
I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (Park City, UT) in Apr 2011
Interviewed with the two executives. If you have experience and know what you are talking about it, it is a breeze. If you think you can make things up as you go, you won't stand a chance and they will see right through you. Both individuals who interviewed me were talented, well experienced and very bright. I only had one interview before presented with a very fair and decent job offer.
- Basic interview questions .along with testing personal skill set by showing me a product and asking what I would personally do different
I applied through an employee referral The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (Park City, UT) in Mar 2011
The interviews can be two to three. Usually starts with HR, then your over seeing manager, and maybe VP if there are multiple candidates that fit the position. This process is not very intimidating, we basically look for people that already have a skill set and knowledge in the vitamin industry.
- The questions are very basic. They are just looking for people with a degree and some experience in the field.
I applied through an employee referral The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (Minneapolis, MN) in Oct 2010
I was referred to the position by two sales representatives, one whom is now a former representative of the territory they were interviewing me for. The former employee was in the position for eleven years and the sales representative from another vitamin company has been in the Natural Foods/Supplements Industry for several years. I sent my resume to the former employee as well as the person who used to be the National Sales Manager. He got back to me regarding what was a mutual good time to speak on the phone. He said to plan on "talking" and that the phone interview would be 45-60 minutes in length. When I got the call for the phone interview, there was another employee on the phone as well. I was not informed that there would be two people from the company interviewing me. The second person was the southwestern regional manager. I only had the one phone interview, which consisted of basically walking them thru my experience and resume job per job. I heard back three working days later from a person in Human Resources whom I never had contact with...the basic...we are letting you know that we are pursuing other candidates as you are not a good fit for the job. I was taken aback for a few reasons. I never spoke to this H.R. representative, yet, she was sending me the "bland" response. When I pressed further for "concrete" feedback regarding my interview skills, I got more of the bland diatribe from her. I feel that former National Sales Manager had a slightly condescending and superior attitude and seemed insulted when I asked what set Nutraceutical apart from other companies. The regional manager was very nice, however, the former national sales manager led the conversation. When I asked when they would have a decision, he responded..."well, in as long as it takes"! I feel that I should have had more of a shot as I have twenty years of retail, direct, broker sales experience in the natural food industry as well as advanced education. In hindsight, in looking at the comments on this site, I consider myself LUCKY for not getting the position, as it seems that this company is intent on usurping the entire industry, hook, line and sinker and has an air of superiority about them. They are just interested in making millions for the company and not putting much money back into the employees. I think they drive people to work long hours with medium compensation and rewards...so "me too" in this industry nowadays. I think I will retrain for a new industry as I am very sick of this kind of attitude by so many companies in the natural foods arena.
- I was asked when I got my first degree.
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (Phoenix, AZ) in Jan 2009
Very different approach. The site director spent an hour describing the needs of the position, along with a detailed account of the predecessor and opportunities for improvement. Then I was asked a series of behavioral interview questions to see if I was qualified to help close the gap for production needs.
- Can you tell us about a time that you used data to improve a process? What was the process? What was the improvement? How did you accomplish this improvement? How did you insure that the improvement was sustained?
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (Ogden, UT) in Feb 2008
The interview and skills test was really long - almost two hours - but it was easy, laid back and I was offered the job about a month later.
- The questions were easy. They seemed to be meant to get to know me. The skills test was to understand if I was qualified. It was also rather simple.