We got paid properly and on-time, Starbucks drip coffee everyday and free merchandise, nice office setting with quality computers/equipment and daily meetings of positive encouragement with pretty stellar weekly training. Nobody was rude or unprofessional and they had great communication skills between mgmt and employees. They would even try to find a different placement for you if the sales position didn't work out. They delayed lay-offs as long as possible. Still the best employer I've ever had
High turnover rate for the sales department but that's typical. Sales just isn't for everyone although it's tough to get employed there without going through sales first, also typical.
After I applied for the job, I was contacted about participating in a phone interview. After the phone interview, I went in for an in-person interview with 2 people - the person who conducted the phone interview and a representative of HR. This led to a second in-person interview with several different key members of the company. After about a week and a half, I was contacted about their decision.
Reasons for Declining
Although everyone there seemed incredibly professional and kind, the position paid the same hourly as I make now, but the benefits were no where as good as what I have, so I would have been losing out on those, and money. Also, they offered me the position over the phone, and when I requested an offer in writing, they said they don't typically do that, which I've never heard of. I felt like that wasn't a smart move on their part because if an offer is in writing, it protects them and ensures the person receiving the offer has all of the pertinent information necessary to make a good decision.
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