Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Sales Representative Interview
I applied through college or university – interviewed at MassMutual in May 2013.
The position has great commission potential. The interviewer was a great employee. He sat down with me twice and explained as much as I wanted to know about the company and the position. The interviewer was greatly interested in expanding the company and bringing in new employees. I ended up not taking the job because the position was all commission based, but it seemed like a well-run company and I have nothing negative to say about the company.
- The interview was more of a sit down conversation instead of a full blown question type interview. Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at MassMutual.
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- Why you want to work here Answer Question
It was commission only
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I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at MassMutual (Phoenix, AZ (US)) in January 2012.
One phone interview, followed by personality test. Once the personality test comes back as a match then another phone interview. If that goes well you meet in person and the offer is made. After background check and a few other little things you're set.
- Nothing seemed too difficult, just be yourself and everything will be fine. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Better Job Offer
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at MassMutual (Rockford, IL (US)) in February 2011.
A four step process is standard. It includes a phone screening, an online screening, an 2/3 in person interviews. During the in person interviews you will most likely speak with a sales manager and somebody higher up in the company. I really enjoyed interviewing for them, because they do ask uncomfortable questions or some that might be seen as personal, and that is what makes for an interesting interview.
- What is your definition of success, because having a unique answer matters. Answer Question