Mission: In 2013, The Connor Group formalized its core values, but really they’re nothing new. They’ve been associates’ guiding principles since the company was founded. The list served as both roadmap and reminder, bulleted items that describe who we are as ...
Best Places to Work: 2014 (#48)
I have been working at The Connor Group full-time (More than 5 years)
-Reward and Recognition
-Path to Partnership
-Small Company - so each person matters
-Coaching and Development by Peers and Leadership
-Closed on major holidays
-Can be long hours - especially in peak season
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at The Connor Group (Charlotte, NC) in April 2018.
First part of the process was a phone call from a recruiter asking questions about previous employment, do you consider yourself a sales person...then discussed pay and location I would be working at, etc. I did appreciate that they discussed pay and location before going through the entire process that way if it wasn't enough money I'd know before wasting time. Second part was a phone interview the next day..the lady was really quiet and had an attitude every time I asked her to repeat the question. The questions they asked were so so so so dumb and excessive. She asked a lot of questions about how aggressive and pushy of a person I am and am willing to be...that part basically made me want to hang up. I'm a great sales person and know how to ask the right questions and offer solutions, without actually being pushy and aggressive. You should be looking for people who don't have to resort to making people potential residents feel uncomfortable and instill fear to get them to sign the lease. Apparently there's a 5+ round process for this less than average paying job, including a day of working for them for free to see if you're a good fit. No thanks, you should be able to figure that out within the first 4 rounds. Fortunately, I received a rejection email today.