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Questions entretien Marketing Manager chez Motorola Solutions

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Entretien de Marketing Manager

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J'ai postulé en ligne. J'ai passé un entretien à Motorola Solutions en juin 2017.

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Hiring Manager called and performed a 30 screening interview. This was the second phone interview, the first being a general screening, performed by a Motorola Solutions recruiter. Both of these interviews were broad in nature and no unusual questions were asked.

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    Entretien de Marketing Manager

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    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris +2 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à Motorola Solutions en septembre 2015.

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    42 days after I applied for a field marketing role I was contacted and had two 30-minute interviews over the phone - one with a colleague and one with the hiring manager. All consisted of basic questions and a discussion of my experience. After, the hiring manager let me know I was a final candidate and he asked for a 30-60-90 day plan prior to the final interview. I was flown out to Denver for the day for the final in-person interview. During that interview the sales manager whom I'd be working with was brought into the panel (which consisted of a colleague and the hiring manager). This became a very difficult interview because all 3 Motorola employees were talking over each other and wouldn't let me answer questions or even finish my thoughts - it almost seemed like they were competing. Additionally, the 30-60-90 day plan that I had compiled and spent a great deal of time on was never even looked at or mentioned.

    I did not get that role - they ended up relocating someone for the position. Fast forward 2 weeks and the previous hiring manager recommended me to one of his colleagues for another marketing role. Another series of phone interviews, and then the final in-person interview in LA with the hiring manager and sales manager. Again, the hiring manager asked me to do a writing sample about Motorola. Quite frankly he could have asked for a writing sample from my current role and gotten the same output - it's slightly unethical to ask someone to do work for a company they don't yet represent. Once again, during the final interview that writing sample was never even mentioned so I feel like me going the extra mile didn't matter. Additionally, the sales manager I interviewed with bad-mouthed the previous employee in the role and even used his name. I don't think he realized I had actually just interviewed with that person in my first round of interviews. All of this left a bad taste in the mouth - taking 6+ weeks to fill a role and leave someone hanging is slow, not to mention bad mouthing a current employee is unprofessional. I got the feeling all employees are bright but it is a cutthroat and male-dominated environment.

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