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Johnson & Johnson
Senior Sales Representative was asked...October 19, 2010

What is something your company did that you disagreed with?

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Perhaps it was to have a boss who could not differentiate the treatment of the house with the obligations of the one in the office. You have to differentiate, because you can not come with a problem at home and have a sour face and treat it badly, or do not treat people in the office. Less

This, as I see it, is a private interview, in which you intervene indirectly asking me, which is what I did not like in such a situation. Less

When they say there will be no special treatment for former employees with outstanding performance. Less


Why Allergen Ranking of priorities (probing, features/benefits, objection handling, closing and relationship building. I had 20 minutes to plan my day in the field, I was given a list of scheduled and unscheduled events. The manager did not look at my brag book.

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Manager said there were no wrong or right answers to the scenarios given.

Nu Look Home Design

What do you do outside of your job?

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I like to spend time with friends, family, read and work on personal development. Less

Eyemart Express

What sales process do you use?

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I was taught to use life styles.

Global Partners

Are you a team player?

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Yes, as I have always been in a team environment.


Basic questions on metric scores

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Exactly how they expected it to be answered .

Full Measure

There were a lot of questions regarding my previous sales experiences.

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I explained how I continuously hit my quota and the various strategies I used.


Why did you leave your last job?

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Stay positive regardless of the circumstances. Never refer to a major problem with management and never speak ill of supervisors, co-workers or the organization. If you do, you will be the one looking bad. Keep smiling and talk about leaving for a positive reason such as an opportunity, a chance to do something special or other forward-looking reasons. Less

Apria Healthcare

give me an example of a time where you were challenged by a co-worker and how was it resolved

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competition among sales reps was often challenging, when it came down to perfomance I let the numbers speak for themselves Less

Apria Healthcare

Where should we meet for round two?

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Somewhere in the lobby

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