Mission: We seek to prearrange all families through successful partnerships with leading funeral homes and ProActive Preneed.
I have been working at Precoa full-time (Less than a year)
On the surface, this company may *look* like many others. But the longer I spend at Precoa, the more I see the “Precoa Spirit” – I’m talking about the genuine care my coworkers express through their attitude, the goodness and the kindness. It starts with the Founders of the Company, works its way through the President, the VP’s and down through the Directors to the rest of the Employees and Planners in the Call Center. Precoa is anything but a company like many others. You will never find a place like it, no matter how long you look. Precoa is a great company to work for and I expect to be with them for a long time. I don't think you can find a better work/life balance with any other company.
The management structure is unclear – Precoa promotes a Linear Accountability Method where assignments come from peers rather than the top down. While this promotes a friendly work environment, there is no clear path to work your way up through management.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Precoa (Portland, OR) in May 2015.
Recruiter called me back in regards to the position and then set up a phone interview for me with the HR Manager. She called and then went over the in depth description of the position. Then another appointment was set up for me to come in for an interview which consisted of sitting in with a Sales Rep for about 30 minutes of seeing what the structural day to day activities were like. Then I was taken to a my first panel of 3 employees, different ages and positions of males and females with in the company for 30 minute interview of questions about myself and how I would handle each situation. Then I was taken to another panel of 3 employees, again different ages and positions of males and females again with more questions of myself and how I would handle each situation. Was also given the chance to ask both panels any questions that I had. Both interviews went well and felt very comfortable with all 6 employees.