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Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Reynolds American (Über 5 Jahre)
Reynolds does a great job of being open and transparent on how to accomplish win-win for the employees and the company. You are awarded significantly for your contributions to the company...9% contributions to your 401k, cell phone allowances, hi speed allowances, several weeks of vacations based on your tenure with the company, yearly bonuses and competitive pay...also a company vehicle. The BAT partnership sets the company up for transforming the tobacco category. This has been a constant message since I have been with the company. Senior management does listen to employee surveys and adjusts where needed.
New brand launches, and everyday changes can make the workload challenging. However we have been working on planning, and prioritizing our efforts to ensure that all goals are met.
Rat an das Management
Continue to be open to hearing from employees and make adjustments when needed. Be mindful of the workload - for example signing contracts while bringing in a new brand along with transforming the vapor section is a lot at one time.
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Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte 3 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im November 2011 bei Reynolds American (Memphis, TN (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
1st Phase of interview process was phone interview. It involved the tell me a little about yourself question, questions about previous job experiences, 1-2 behavioral questions like tell me about a time when you had a challenging situation and how did you handle it.
2nd Phase Day in the trade with a current RJRT Territory Manager. Went to a few retail outlets. I asked questions about his daily routines, tasks, duties and responsibilities. If you do not show a real interest in the position or if you do not ask a look of questions, your chances of making it to the third phase of the interview process is slim (especially if you have a day in the trade with a seasoned territory manager).
3rd and Final Phase-Panel Interviews. You are flown in to an regional area that they are recruiting for and usually interview in a nearby airport hotel. You are briefed before you go in about the process.Once you get past the general questions about your background and job experiences it is all behavioral questions after that. The 1st panel as they call it or interview session (45mins-60mins) is in front of 2 individuals most likely a division manager and/or regional
manager. Once you finish the 1st panel session you are sent into 2nd panel session (30mins-45mins) in front of 2 RJRT Representatives either a division manager and or an account manager that is up for promotion to a higher level position who may be trying to get experience in the selection and placement process. A few getting to know you questions but mainly more scripted behavioral questions. They want to see how you react to real life situations from the examples that you give. If you give a S.T.A.R. example you should be able to justify your reasoning in making your decision. They are trying to get a better idea of you decision making ability and how you will respond to difficult situations in the marketplace.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch
They offer everyone a standard salary of $42, 614.00. Your recruiter will usually tell you the salary in the 1st phase of the interview process. You must be open to relocate because they may not have openings in locations that are in you top three of cities and states where you would like to work.