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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON
I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions (Toronto, ON)
3 rounds of 1:1 interviews; first with VP of Sales, the second being 1 hour with the CEO, third with the CTO. Things that stood out to me were firstly the 1 hour with the CEO, which in theory is an amazing opportunity. However, instead of engaging in a conversation about my background and its relevance to the open opportunity, he seemed more interested in meticulously going through my resume line by line which took most of the time. This approach felt more like an interrogation rather than a two-way dialogue and was difficult to respond to with so much context-setting required to answer. I was surprised to find that there was no presentation component included in the interview process; Didn't feel like a real 'at-bat' to showcase my skill set. Despite the greatly positive feedback from the last interviewer and the expectation that I would be moving forward in the process, I was ultimately informed that I did not receive an offer due to the final decision made by the CEO. This leads me to the one particularly unprofessional aspect of the interview process, which was the unsolicited reference check without providing me with the opportunity to provide my own references. This practice felt intrusive and undermined the professional rapport that should be maintained during the interview process. Unsolicited references are common practice, but not de-coupled from solicited references.
- First and third interviews were very pleasant and conversational, so it was a natural flowing dialogue.
I applied online. I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions in May 2023
It was normal online interview. They asked me normal questions about my work experience, availability. It went for like 20 mins. After 5 hours of giving interview I got job offer letter.
- Tell me about your work experience? Have you ever worked on sales target? What would your co-workers say about you?
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Anonymous Employee in Calgary, AB
I applied online. I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions (Calgary, AB) in Apr 2023
very smooth process. The hr wasn't all about questioning but rather the training on the job and the future career. more so, the hiring package was easy to process. They make things easy for the staff to settle in.
- What's the scope of a field representative?
Anonymous Employee in Sarnia, ON
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions (Sarnia, ON) in Sept 2022
One interview with HR manager which is pretty simple and they only look for your communication and customer service skills. Make sure to dress well even if it is a video interview and stay yourself as much as you can.
- What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Anonymous Employee in Brampton, ON
I applied online. I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions (Brampton, ON) in Aug 2022
It is a 2 step process wherein you are required to complete an online interview first and then complete the on-field training in order to be appointed. It also has a 3 hour training online.
- What are your past experiences in sales?
I applied online. I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions
Fast processing time, efficient with responding to emails, professional, systematic, efficient hiring process. Overall, good experience. There is nothing negative I have found so far, recommend it to other people
- Past experiences, most difficult challenge you faced.
Anonymous Employee in Calgary, AB
I applied online. I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions (Calgary, AB) in Apr 2022
First… you go through first stage which seems intimidating but it’s actually really easy. I was upset with the fact that the recruiter was not keeping up to date with what needs to be done after. The 2nd step is to finish a course that can be done multiple times to get you seat up before actual in person training is provided. If you are looking for experience then go for it, however it’s not recommended.
- Why do you want to join?
I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions
They got back to me quickly and HR was very responsive, although they claimed that they were going to pay for training that was only supposed to be 5 hours, I only got about $40 for training. The training was not 5 hours, more like 12.
- What hours I expected, and if I had sales experience.
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions
fist of all, they text me, then, scheduled an appointment with me, and then during the interview, they asked few questions, at last tell me to give feedback after a couple of days.
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I applied through other source. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Kognitive Sales Solutions in Oct 2021
Interactive and more personality oriented. Most questions were related to communication skills and confidence. It was a smooth hiring process with proactive HR. The assessment round was scenario based with average difficulty.
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Kognitive Sales Solutions Interviews FAQs
Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at Kognitive Sales Solutions as 64.5% positive with a difficulty rating score of 2.04 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Team Leader and Sales Manager rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for Marketing and Field Manager roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at Kognitive Sales Solutions takes an average of 6.72 days when considering 77 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Marketing had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Sales Recruitment Representative roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 30 days).
Common stages of the interview process at Kognitive Sales Solutions according to 77 Glassdoor interviews include:
Phone Interview: 22.67%
One-on-One Interview: 19.19%
Background Check: 11.05%
Drugs Test: 10.47%
Skills Test: 7.56%
Group Panel Interview: 6.40%
IQ Intelligence Test: 5.23%
Personality Test: 4.07%