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I have been working at Waste Management full-time (More than 3 years)
Meeting new people, interactions with sites and drivers in other states, great benefits
Communication barrier with persons outside of your home area. For example RMs and drivers in Utah (while you're in CO) know the area first hand while you're dispatching somewhat blindly.
Advice to Management
Spend more time on the floor observing not just dispatchers/routers but more importantly the dispatch Supervisors and always that are in place.
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Waste Management (Greenwood Village, Arapahoe, CO).
Very quick and simple. Applied online and received a call from corporate recruiter soon thereafter. After a phone interview with the corporate recruiter going over the basic initial questions, I had to complete a short, 5-question online situational questionnaire that recorded video. It was a very simple questionnaire with MAYBE one behavioral-based question--and you got to think about your answer before recording. Then had an in-office interview with the sales manager. It wasn't an interview--more of him telling me the responsibilities of the role and a bit about the market and company itself. He didn't ask me any questions outside of what my previous job was like. Next I spoke to the Area sales manager about a week later, and it was similar--he only asked me a couple of generic questions about my previous experience and my personal history. They seemed to be interested more in how you present yourself and communicate in a quick interaction than on delving into your thought process/sales process.