All associates will typically go through a phone screen and then in-person interview process. If you are offered a position you are required to take a drug screen and pass a background check. Yes, the process is sometimes lengthy, but there are times when it goes fairly quickly. It is all on a case by case basis.
Answered by Alliance Residential Company
1- interview, 2- (potential) second interview, 3- job offer, 4- background/drug screening, 5- discuss start dates.
My process was speedy as I thought it would take longer, exactly 12 days from interview to training day.
During your 'waiting period', you will be kept in the know of your status while you'll also be completing a lot of on-boarding/new hire paperwork. It's a journey and requires strong determination but worth it. In closure the on-boarding process time is different for each person.
2 weeks or little longer. It was along process trying to get hired, but it was so worth it!
Answered - Leasing Agent (Current Employee) - Autumn Ranch
You had to go through several levels of interview.
Answered - Property Accountant (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
The process seemed easy. Drug testing and a couple interviews.
Answered - Service Supervisor (Current Employee) - Draper, UT
30-60days HR is very slow