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Inside Sales Manager was asked...28 February 2019

Management style

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Cdl driver class a


Cdl driver class a


All personal questions about my family

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Told them it has nothing to do with the job! Swag

Then Interviewer should show you his middle finger ... Swag!!

RDI Diamonds

They didn't seem to ask questions.

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I understand I was under paid as well for too much work to do there.

On a paper they had me fill out desired salary so I low balled it and said 40,000 and for the rest of the interview they told me how I was going to make no where near 40,000 the first year. Less

Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits

What can you bring that unique to the team?

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I referenced my background in the bar industry and my customer service experience and my ability to forge relationships quickly because people trust me even over the phone. I have had this "talent" all of my life. I am just easy to relate to and I consider it a unique asset. Less


A time where you took a risk, situation, define, action, outcome

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Any time

Any time


Why F5 and why you?

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F5 reputation. No debt and a pile of cash in coffers.

If you could be an animal which would you be?

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I said I'd be a honey badger. They have the ability to deal with tough situations. They can be knocked down, but will get back up, & get back to business. Less

Did they have you go for a drug test as part of the pre-employment?

MA Laboratories

Do you have an existing client base you can bring to MA LABS?

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Was honest and open, but they hear what they want to.

for how long they offer you the job?

Rogers Communications

If an agent does a outbound call to a client that is with a competitor and is happy with his services, Rogers cannot offer him a better price, and Roger have not benefit to offer to them how would you try to sell him a product?

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First of all i listen more and more what our competitor have and if he have a better service and better price. I will go with our feature what we and our company is providing to our competitor. Every product or anything not matter with low price and all. If we are providing more facilities and more qualities on our products i really sure that our customer and competitor will understand what we want to sell. I never want to treat like a customer with him. I want to be more familiar with him and deal like a guest with our competitor. Less

Seriously? If this is the case give up trying to increase your market share in Québec cause you are basically saying that you have nothing better to offer the client! Less


At the question ''Why Softchoice'', they do not think ''I like computers'' to be a correct answer.

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When an employer asks this question, it is because they want to know if you did your homework about them. Talk about their culture and how it fits for you. If you're going to talk about computers, don't just say you like them, talk about your interest in the IT field, and how it is transformative and necessary to businesses. Softchoice's business isn't even really about computers, its about IT in general, Software, Cloud, hardware, data center, backup, professional services, security and support. Before the interview go through their website and find out about their offerings and say how you could bring value and knowledge to each of them. Even if you know nothing about it; how do you plan on learning about it to bring value to your client. In short, my answer would be: Because Softchoice offers a full solution to its clients, its not just about the sale; but about providing transformative customer service and being an adviser to the client. I like the fact that Softchoice puts a lot of effort into being a socially aware and responsible company. I also like how Softchoice puts the development of their employees as a priority and that they also understand the value of keeping their employees happy by allowing them to bring their dogs to work and having monthly celebrations. I think about all those things and I'm excited about the potential to be a part of and grow into a company like that. Less

Best would be to talk about the corporate culture, the type of work, advancement, etc Less

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