Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Hostess Brands
- District Sales Manager (3)
- Route Sales Representative (3)
- Loader (2)
- National Sales (1)
- Fleet Clerk (1)
- Operator (1)
- Machine Operator (1)
- Sales (1)
Route Sales Representative Interview
I applied in-person. The process took a day – interviewed at Hostess Brands.
Interview process included driving down to the bakery in Illinios, spent time with the Human Resources Manager and other hiring officials. Had to present a valid drivers liscence and was asked typical questions that an HR official would ask. It was quite a few years ago for me, so I am a bit fuzzy on the details.
Other Interview Reviews for Hostess Brands
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Hostess Brands (Tampa, FL (US)) in August 2010.
I applied online through there company website. I received a phone interview about a week later, than I was called into an interview by the District Sales Manager.
- There was not any difficult questions. Answer Question
There was none.
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Hostess Brands in January 2009.
At the time I interviewed, I went through 1 with just me and the DSM, and the next with me 2 DSMs and there boss the state mngr. I went through a 3 week process.
What I see now these guys come in with blue jeans and t shirts, I-View with a DSM, and a week later they throw them on a route and wonder why they quit ,and/or cant finish the route.
It seems there looking for a warm body that can pass a drug test.
- If you witness one of your fellow employees doing wrong, would you tell managment? 1 Answer
negotiate? What, You better take what they offer, and that tends to change to the negitive over time.