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What is the interview process like?

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Stressfull

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Learn how to do well in written test

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Technical questions and testing of knowledge

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Always downsizing employees for technology

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2 phone interviews. 1st with a recruiter and the 2nd with an HR member. If you "pass" those, then you have your in store interview with a GM in your area. I think the odds are 1 in 10,000 applicants get hired. At least that is what we were told during our new hire training.

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Telephonic

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Situation, Action, Result( SAR), Panel Interview. Typically 5-10 questions depending on the job.

Answered - MTS III - Data Management (Current Employee) - Hampton, VA

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Intense and multiple steps

Answered - Supervisor/Manager (Former Employee) - Wallingford, CT

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Not bad, they ask you a lot of sales questions and what experiences you have had working with customers

Answered - Operations Specialist (Former Employee) - Auburn, NY

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Interviews are multi-part, usually beginning with a recruiter, then HR, then an interview with the hiring manager.

They are composed primarily of situational questions, rated by a manager or panel on a scale of 1-5, based on a set list of criteria, and then gauged by not only the score, but objectively by the interviewer/s to determine you fit in that specific position.

If you are passed on, based on objective fit for that position, you may still be called on for a similar position in a different location, or a position that the interviewer considered to be a better fit.

Answered - Solutions Manager (Current Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK

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