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K. Hovnanian Homes Red Bank, NJ

K. Hovnanian Homes Red Bank, NJ Reviews

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    "Great place to build a career"

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    Current Employee - New Jersey in Red Bank, NJ
    Current Employee - New Jersey in Red Bank, NJ
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    Positive Outlook
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    Pros

    Solid land position, innovative technology and a management team that "gets" it. Smart financial decisions have prepared KHOV to come out of the downturn prepared to continue to deliver quality products in multiple successful markets. Employee contributions are recognized and awarded.

    Cons

    2016 is going to be our breakout year and the only con I can think of is we should be looking to move into other markets as well.

    Advice to Management

    Actively engage with your office and field staff as they have first hand knowledge as to what is working and what is not working.

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K. Hovnanian Homes Red Bank, NJ Salaries

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K. Hovnanian Homes Red Bank, NJ Interviews

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    Administrative Assistant Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Red Bank, NJ
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    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at K. Hovnanian Homes (Red Bank, NJ) in October 2014.

    Interview

    My first contact was a phone interview which lasted approximately 45 minutes. It consisted of all the typical interview questions i.e. what is your greatest strength and weakness (really??). This appeared to go smoothly although most of the questions were rather canned. The next step was a battery of psychological, background, and skill tests. This testing took upwards of six hours to complete. I can only hope they were selective to whom they sent this battery...because it was time consuming and although I was extremely experienced with the software the tests were not user friendly. I then had been told I would receive a call Monday of the following week. I never heard from them. Not even the courtesy of a return phone call to my inquiry. This is not a very professional organization. A week letter, I received a form email. I was warned by a previous employee about their corporate ethos. I should have listened and not wasted my time.

    Interview Questions

    • A very telling question..."How would you handle an angry homeowner?" I guess really it depend on why they were angry....I can only imagine.   Answer Question
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