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Accepted Offer – Reviewed Apr 21, 2013
Interview Details I interviewed with HR, and then with hiring manager and two of her peers. They were primarily mostly questions about my fit with Avon and my resume. One did do a case study but it was reasonable and relevant to Avon so if you do your research, you would be fine.
Negotiation Details – Short and easy
Accepted Offer – Interviewed on Warsaw (Poland) Apr 2009 – Reviewed Mar 13, 2013
Interview Details Not very professional, two people may decide and agree on next steps
Negotiation Details – I was unable to negotiate, ideally these HR try to pay as for market standards
No Offer – Reviewed Mar 01, 2013
Interview Details Got a call via recruiter and was asked general questions. about a week later, phone interview with hiring manager. He asked some questions about my research interests, industrial experiences and my dissertations and its applications in personal care industry.
Interview Question – How does your research impacts this world. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed on Suffern, NY (US) Feb 2013 – Reviewed Feb 22, 2013
Interview Details Applied Online. Two weeks later contacted by a recruiter at the Suffern, NY location. Scheduled a phone interview that day. Six days later went in for the first round interview. Talked to HR, hiring manager, Executive Director and a manager from another department. Called in for a second round interview for the following week. Talked to a VP, hiring manager and executive director again. Got an offer 4 days later.
Interview Question – They had me draw some organic structures. Not difficult but unexpected. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation necessary. Very competitive offer.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed on Louisville, KY (US) Mar 2009 – Reviewed Feb 17, 2013
Interview Details Was great.. interviewed with Divisional Manager over the phone, then with Regional Manager in person. Got the job offer a week later. Had to negotiate salary..
Interview Question – concern that I had never worked for a direct selling company before View Answer
Negotiation Details – very simple. I had to ask for more money, which I received.
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Quezon City, National Capital Region (Philippines) Dec 2012 – Reviewed Feb 13, 2013
Interview Details It's fine. She just asked me few questions.
Interview Question – It's in business field. Selling. Direct selling to be exact. View Answer
Reason for Declining – Because I don't received a good payment from my customers.
No Offer – Interviewed in Missoula, MT (US) Apr 2009 – Reviewed Jan 10, 2013
Interview Details Give them $10 and you get a Start Up packet
Interview Question – none Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Nov 26, 2012
Interview Details Start whenever it is convenient for you.
Interview Question – When can you start? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Very convenient
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2009 – Reviewed Nov 11, 2012
Interview Details Phone Interview, long day in the field with an established Manager then in-person interview with Divisional Manager, then phone interview with Area Sales Leader.
Interview Question – Typical interview questions. Just be prepared to know they're trying to determine if you're willing to work weekends and evenings, which are needed now to be successful. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I negotiated on salary and received 2k more per year.
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Nov 04, 2012
Interview Details It's like trying to be hired by Fort Knox. Many times you are required to be a stand in manager getting half of pay of managers for 6 months before getting hired. Several phone interviews, 3 hour phone assessment running a mock district, drug testing, credit check
Interview Question – What motivates you? View Answer
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation phase
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