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Toronto, ON (Canada)
51 to 200 employees
Company - Public
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Achievers inspires Employee Success™. Our software helps global companies dramatically increase employee engagement, retention, and performance to drive overall business success.

Mission: Achievers’ mission is to Change the Way the World Works. Your employees are your company’s greatest asset; when you empower them to succeed, your business reaps the benefits. Achievers Software and Services™ help you create a culture of Employee ... Read more

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    I have been working at Achievers full-time


    Management is genuinely invested in providing you with the resources to do your absolute best. There is a lot of feedback and learning sessions. Great team overall and positive environment.


    No cons as of yet

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Achievers Photos

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Achievers photo of: The food was well worth the wait at our Movember fundraiser lunch!
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Achievers Interviews



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    Inside Sales Representative Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Boston, MA
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    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Achievers (Boston, MA) in July 2012.


    Saw a posting on LinkedIn, went for it and got a phone interview with a recruiter from the Toronto office on July 4th.

    Phone screening went well and moved onto meeting with the director of the Boston office. He was really laid back and made me feel at ease, very straight to the point which I appreciated. Since the Boston office only had 7 people, it was a top priority that everyone got along well and so I suggested a job shadowing with the one other ISR there. He thought that was a great idea, but the recruiter wanted to give me another interview before they invested more time with me.

    So, I had another phone interview, but this was all behavioral questions with the inside sales team lead over in Toronto. She was awesome and very patient when I took a few moments to answer her questions. I got the clear from her and I scheduled a time with the recruiter for the job shadowing.

    Finally, on the day of the job shadowing I found out I wouldn't be alone on the job shadow. There was another kid whose mom was friends with the director and he had just recently graduated from college. For the job shadowing the ISR didn't reserve a room to do calls in, so for the next hour or so we were just skipping around conference rooms because we kept getting kicked out of the rooms from people who had reserved them ahead of time.

    So fast forward an hour later and he asked us what we thought about the job so far. I told him I am ready to do this but the other kid said he didn't think he could do something like this, politely asked to leave and be taken out of the running.
    After he left, we went to another conference room but this room didn't have a phone and the service in their was pretty shoddy. So the ISR had to use his cell phone but his calls kept getting disconnected or the prospect couldn't hear him. After 20 minutes he decided to just start looking on LinkedIn for new prospects and I just sat there staring at the wall. This was when I decided I should head out because I had taken time off work and realized it wouldn't be very productive to just sit there. I asked if I could see the director before I left but he said he was in meetings back to back so I headed back to work.
    Sent an email to the director and the recruiter telling them I was still very interested in this position and I looked forward to talking to them again.

    A week went by with no communication from Achievers before I decided to email the recruiter and see what was going on. She quickly replied and apologized telling me she had emailed me after the job shadowing but something must have happened since I didn't receive anything. Basically didn't get it because they didn't think I was right for the role long term.

    Really disappointed because they seemed like an awesome company and I thought I would be a good fit, but my guess is I didn't click with the ISR.

    All in all, it's a great company with amazing potential. Even though I didn't get the job I still got a lot of experience interviewing nonetheless. Will try again later on in my career, but for their San Francisco location this time, might have better luck there.

    Interview Questions

    • Nothing out of left field, just be prepared for the behavioral questions in advance so that you don't take forever trying to think of a situation that pertains to the question.   Answer Question
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Achievers Awards & Accolades

  • Fastest Growing Companies in North America, Deloitte's Technology Fast 500™, 2012
  • Best Workplaces in Canada (50-999 Employees), Great Place to Work® Institute, 2013
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Pledges & Certifications

Tech Hiring Commitment

Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers

Career Advancement Program

Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions

Diversity Commitment

Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

Pledge to Thrive

Taking steps to prioritize employee well-being

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