Mission: Empowering your purpose through financial education.
I have been working at FortuneBuilders full-time
-personal & professional development opportunities
-a company that believes in always getting better & doing more
-a Company that strives to continue to raise the bar with Customer Service and offers a product that actually helps people
If you don't want to be pushed and challenged to grow then this isn't the place for you.
Advice to Management
Keep growing, keep pushing!
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at FortuneBuilders (San Diego, CA (US)) in February-2018.
I was contacted to set up an interview with the internal recruitment representative. The next day I had my 1:1 and really enjoyed learning about the company culture, which apparently includes clapping it out after successes, group dinners, a book club, and more. Then an interview was set with the sales team. The recruitment person coached me on providing fuller responses to questions about my short and long term goals and interest in the company and I went through their materials (brochure, informational video, testimonials) a second time to prepare. Unfortunately, the interview with the two senior staff was very strange. Their tone was antagonistic, asking questions not in a conversational way, but almost as if they expected to catch me in a lie. One fellow did not understand that when you have 2 jobs at the same employer and one job ends in a particular month and the other starts in the following month that means you got promoted and it's not an "employment gap." I was asked questions about my former industry which did not pertain to my ability to be their next Account Executive and would have required a much greater background of understanding on their part. I was asked multiple questions about my personal credit history and retirement investments. An understanding of financial concepts may be tangentially required for a position that relates to student tuition collections, but these questions felt invasive. Overall the sales team gave off a dismissive vibe and it soured my view of the company. I received an email a few days later saying they went in another direction.
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