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Farmington, MI
51 to 200 employees
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Company - Private
Information Technology
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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Ever wonder why it takes so long to be approved for a car loan? Maybe it's because your dealer isn't using RouteOne. The Web-based company is a joint venture established by GMAC (which became Ally Financial in 2010), Ford Motor Credit, Toyota ... Read more

RouteOne Reviews

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    I have been working at RouteOne full-time

    Pros

    Great benefits. Very flexible work/life.

    Cons

    Only office is in Detroit area. Not a lot of space for upward movement in Operations department

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RouteOne Interviews

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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at RouteOne in March 2014.

    Interview

    I had an interview for a contract-to-hire position, and interviewed with two people. Unfortunately the HR manager gave me a different time than when the interviewers had expected to meet me, but it worked out ok because as a result, I arrived an hour early, not late! The interview itself was reasonable and 45 minutes long. I received compliments for some of my responses and sample work, however, I did not get the position, presumably because I did not have the background they were looking for.

    There were a couple tests they required before they called me for an interview: a written requirements sample and a logic test. The requirements sample was fair and fun, but the logic test was rather cryptic...I couldn't tell on one of the questions whether it was a trick question or bad grammar!

    Interview Questions

    • Before even setting up an interview, the HR person asked me what my salary requirements were. I have been under the impression that this is bad manners at such an early stage, and it suggests that they might be more concerned with filling a seat within their budget than they are with getting quality talent, which could be a sign of other problems...   Answer Question
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