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The Reynolds hiring process begins when our recruiting team reviews your resume/application. After the initial review, you may be invited to fill out a formal application and be asked to complete personality and aptitude assessments. If we don’t have any positions that match your skill set, we will send you an email to let you know and hold onto your resume in case a position becomes available. Next, you’ll be asked to complete our assessments, which are designed to match your personality, learning style, and skills to the best available position. We want to get to know you and find the right fit for your career goals. After the assessments, candidates will meet with a recruiter and/or hiring managers. These interviews are a chance for you to ask questions about the company and find out more about the position in question. After these steps, you may be asked to complete a background check and drug test. The final step would be an offer to join our team! Your recruiter would discuss pertinent details and schedule your first day.

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Answered by The Reynolds and Reynolds CompanyFebruary 25, 2020

The test is ridiculously hard and has nothing to do with the job you are applying for. It does not attest for your skills or abilities. After I took it I immediately received a rejection letter. I have a Masters degree too.

Answered May 13, 2020

We hire for a wide range of positions across several different locations. Compensation varies according to skills, experience, position type, and employment status (part-time or full time).

Answered by The Reynolds and Reynolds CompanyFebruary 25, 2020

At Reynolds, we know that our associates are our competitive advantage and their wellness is top of mind. This being the case, we prohibit the use of nicotine products for our associates at our major facilities.

Answered by The Reynolds and Reynolds CompanyFebruary 25, 2020

Reynolds and Reynolds is a conservative company, but we have many associates with tattoos. Depending on the position/department you may be asked to cover the tattoo.

Answered by The Reynolds and Reynolds CompanyFebruary 25, 2020

Long timed test online. Good brain exercise but a waste of time to spend that amount time taking the test and don't get hired or secure an interview. DON'T WASTE MY TIME PLEASE. THANKS.!!

Answered August 27, 2020

In short, we help car dealers…deal! Reynolds and Reynolds started as a forms printing company in 1866, before sliced bread. We entered the automotive space in 1927 and never looked back. Now, we develop and support software for car dealerships. Reynolds features the industry’s only Retail Management System. We also manufacture and distribute business forms and promotional items. So if you’ve been to a car dealership, chances are you’ve seen one of our products or solutions in action.

Learn more about What We Do by watching our video in the Why Join Us tab.

Answered by The Reynolds and Reynolds CompanyFebruary 25, 2020

All associates are expected to use sound judgment in their appearance. Depending on the position/department, associates may be asked to refrain from dying their hair an unnatural color.

Answered by The Reynolds and Reynolds CompanyFebruary 25, 2020
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