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Larry H. Miller Group Overview

Website www.lhm.com
Headquarters Sandy, UT
Size 1 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Retail
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown
You wouldn't hire the Larry H. Miller Group for your late-night bebop, but the firm does know a little something about all that jazz. The company operates about 40 auto dealerships in six western states. It also owns the NBA's Utah Jazz, its home ... More

Mission: TO ENRICH LIVES We achieve true success when we positively impact our employees and partners, customers and guests, vendors and suppliers, and the environments and communities around us. As we prosper in business, we have an obligation to enrich lives and to make the world a ... More

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    promotes growth. Developing its own LMS.


    Still trying to figure out what it is doing.

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    I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Larry H. Miller Group in October 2015.


    Very easy. No interview questions asked except "How many years of experience do you have?" If they call you in for an interview, they already know who they are going to pick. Most interviewers do. It has nothing to do with what type of person you are - they are just looking out for them. If you have the chance to bond with your interviewer you have a really good chance of getting the job. If the interviewer is standoff-ish then they already know who their ideal candidate is and you may not be them. I interviewed at two Larry H. Miller jobs - one was Hyundai and the other Toyota. Both experiences differentiated itself vastly from each other. One was laid back, easy and casual.The other reserved. The difference? Both places already knew who they wanted to hire. That is the key to any interview.

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