The interviewing process is a joke. They will hire recruiters for a reason, they try to gather as many people into there office, waste there time. train people for 6 months. More than 50% who entered the company leave within a year. All your leads go to the ones who started when the company did. The place is a joke.
The interview process doesn't make sense to me at all I went thru 3 interviews (didnt get job) but first is kn phone the second with some other recruiter and then last with a hirning manager ..the hiring manager in chatlotte almost is itergatting you .. they make you do 3 projects and..ask you the same question over and over ..its very unprofessional ..the hiring manger doesn't know how to even ask correct questions and then the time length is ridiculous for the interview process they make yli go thru 3 interviews just to email you and say you dont have job
The very professional, trained and polished recruiters are the first phases, there's email questions, phone interview, homework, computer tests (they give you materials to study and practice- I thought it was fun and mildly challenging), shadowing an employee and formal in-person interview with the recruiter.... they could LOVE YOU and you'll not get hired in the end because it is the managers that conduct the final interview and ultimately make that decision. All good. However, I have interviewed at other 3PL places where the Sales Managers, Directors etc.... interview first (takes up less of your time) and a Sr. VP earlier in the process.
Intense, the hiring process is much like the job requirements for the sales position, expect a lot of rebuttals you must battle through to get to the yes.
Answered - Claims Manager (Current Employee) - Milford, OH
Answered - Logistics Account Executive (Former Employee) - Nashville, TN
Went great, a lot of questions to get a feel for who you are
Answered - logistics accounts executive (Former Employee) - Charleston, SC
Over the phone, as well as on site in person
Answered - Sales Team Leader (Current Employee) - Indianapolis, IN
First, you speak with a recruiter over the phone and answer basic questions about your work history, personality, accomplishments, etc. If you are a match or are qualified for the position, they will bring you in for a 3 hour interview process where you take a short test on the computer and learn a little about the company and logistics, you will shadow some successful brokers that work here, and will interview with a GSM who is a hiring manager. The questions asked will push you to make sure you can truly be successful at TQL. It takes a lot of hard work, dedication, perseverance, and integrity to make it here.
Answered - Logistics Account Executive - Sales Team Leader (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL
Standard interview process - some GSM's are tougher to interview with than others.
Answered - Sales Team Leader (Current Employee) - Cincinnati, OH
They sell it well