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    Amazing Company

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    Current Employee - Territory Manager III in Philadelphia, PA (US)
    Current Employee - Territory Manager III in Philadelphia, PA (US)

    I have been working at Reynolds American full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    As long as you work hard and stay focused on the overall goals you will be rewarded. Company fully invests in talent and those willing to work hard.

    Cons

    Very competitive environment, you have to wait your turn in some instances where there is a surplus of talent and limited openings at the next level

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Create mid-level positions or offer projects to those looking to elevate there skill set to ease the burden of wait time.

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Reynolds American Interviews

Updated 21 Oct 2014
Updated 21 Oct 2014

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    Territory Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Reynolds American.

    Interview Details

    I sent in my resume and cover letter and was contacted right away the next morning to set up a half hour interview within the next 3 days. The recruiter asked very basic questions and moved me onto the second part which consisted of a personality test, day on the trade, and video interview. During the video interview I was given 7 questions and was to record myself answering those questions. You could take as much time as needed and also rerecord answers if you screwed up. I think the day on the trade was the most important part of the process going into the face to face interview. I spent a day with the territory manager in my area and had lunch with his boss who then came with us for the second half of the day. During this time as a lot of questions and be as hands on as possible. Obviously there is a lot more going into it but you can catch on to the basics pretty easy and help out as much as possible. Make small talk with both the territory manager and division manager and learn a little about them. Everyone I met from the company was very easy going and easy to talk to. After the day on the trade I was flown to the next step where me and one other person were brought up for 2 panel interviews with 2 people in each room. *Note: the people you interview with are not your competition. At the time there were 14 position openings and 5 people interviewing. They want to fill as many positions as possible. Both my interviews were very laid back and conversational. The people that interview you are division managers and will see the notes from your day on the trade and take that into huge consideration on how they interview you. I felt it was one of the easier interviews I've done and felt comfortable. Did not ask any situational questions, mostly questions about my past and who I was as a person. Be as professional as the people interviewing you. They tell you what to wear and what to have with you that day. Follow those directions!

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    They will contact you 24-48 hours of your panel interview with or without an offer.
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Additional Info

Website www.reynoldsamerican.com
Headquarters Winston-Salem, NC
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 2004
Type Company - Public (RAI)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue ₹500+ billion (INR) per year
Competitors Unknown

Reynolds American Inc. (RAI) holds the #2 position among US cigarette and smokeless tobacco companies through subsidiaries R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and American Snuff Company. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company produces six of the 10 top-selling cigarette brands: Camel, Doral, Kool, Pall Mall, Salem, and Winston. It also makes and markets smoke-free Camel tobacco products. American Snuff Company produces the #1 moist smokeless brand Grizzly as well the premium Kodiak brand.

Other RAI businesses include Reynolds American Inc. Services Company, cigarette maker Santa Fe...
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