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What is the interview process like?

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It's extremely thorough. Honestly it's like they think you're applying to be President of the Company or something. It's really overkill for many of the positions and pay they are offering.

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I applied, and received a call the same day. They had me come and do a face-to-face interview for the first up?! In this day and age you do a phone screening. Total waste of time! Not asked to continue in the interview process.

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Bizarre interview process -. I decided to use Uline as practice for further interviews with other more select companies. I read many reviews before going though interview process, so I already knew what to expect to some degree. The interviewers with were not kind or respectful , mildly condescending and critical. Interview question asked, "What were your high school grades". I am in my mid 40s so I thought that was strange. Also most of the staff onsite seems unusually young. They also did not seem to care for veteran status as a comment was made that military does not train technical things which is very untrue. If I could do over again, I wouldn't waste the time. A practice interview would be best served at a company that is a little more practical and modern with their interview process.

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So I took about 6 test from typing,spelling, with a lot of them timed it definitely put some pressure on u. The interview process was extensive but I think I met like 7 different managers. It definitely makes you nervous and uncertain but I think it may be done cuz they really seem to be out for there employees. It took about 3 weeks to finally get a offer

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Prepare for the following: two numbers tests, four personality tests, typing test, spelling test, writing sample and a 10 page application. Then you get called for a second interview. Right before the second interview, they will call and say they don't have any training classes. Don't bother to apply/.

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Really took a month to get hired don't think I'll be working for Uline

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First phone interview was with a recruiter, second in person interview was with the hiring manager and third in person interview was with three higher level employees on top of a multitude of tests. Very drawn out, inefficient process. Employees complained that the job in corporate has been open for well over a year and that the owner personally signs off on every hire. Finally just quit following up after being strung along with no answers. Would not recommend unless you like being micro-managed as every employee has to clock in and out along with other negative feedback from interviewers. For supposedly hiring the best of the best, trust in employees is lacking.

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I had a lengthy interview process, they will actually call your references so make sure you get people who actually know your work habits. Very fair, old school company.

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I interviewed as well, 20 years of experience, passed all tests, but no job offer extended. Seems as though they have a history of not hiring minorities.

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Took 2 tests that were 300 questions that you had to finish in 5 minutes lol. uline is the dumbest place ever like not even the smartrst robot can finish the test in that amount of time. thank the lors i didnt get hured because their employee feedback is terrible

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