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Getting You Ready for the Hiring Process?

It is not uncommon to participate in several different interviews during the REI 's recruitment process. The first type of interview is usually held over the phone with a representative from the HR department. Phone interviews typically cover questions concerning your availability, salary expectations, and prior work experience.

 

Additional interviews held by REI will be most likely be face-to-face, either one-on-one or in a group or panel. Preparing for each type of interview and their most common questions will give you an advantage over the other REI candidates.


Interview Question Examples

At REI you can try out for any number of positions including sales, customer service, marketing, e-commerce or warehouse management among many others. Here are some common questions you should consider before a sales interview, for example.

  • Q: Why did you choose sales? Don’t just say you like the earning potential or the job in general. Show them through your successful past why you are passionate about it.
  • Q: Please tell us about yourself? You do not want to give a history lesson about your life. Instead show them you qualities and traits, which will make you great at the job.
  • Q: How do you deal with objections? Talk about overcoming the customers lack of knowledge, trust or lack of understanding of their own needs.

 


Pre-Hire Aptitude Tests

Why do companies employ these tests?

Employers think that a hiring process should include a more rigorous means of estimating job candidates’ future performance at work than simply perusing their résumé or asking them questions on the interview. To improve the accuracy of their evaluations, employers have started inviting potential employees to take the Aptitude Test. Now, the Aptitude Test is a trustworthy measurement of job candidates’ various cognitive skills and their ability to react properly to various problematic situations. There are different types of the Aptitude Test, each of which evaluates applicants’ specific cognitive ability. Thus, the Numerical Reasoning Test measures how well applicants calculate and analyze numerical data. The Verbal Reasoning Test is an evaluation of candidates’ ability to understand and analyze written information. Diagrammatic Reasoning Test estimates how well they read the information given in charts and diagrams. The SJT seeks to evaluate applicants’ reaction to different situations. Even though the Aptitude Test does not contain question of extreme difficulty, it is still advisable to prepare for it in advance. Avail yourself of the opportunity to practice with JobTestPrep’s top-notch resources and secure for yourself a place at the top of recruiters’ hiring list.

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