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    I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Snap-on.

    Interview

    Interview was very formal with questions about previous work experience, education, and scenario situations. Job description/territory were changed and salary was lowered than what was originally told to me during my 1st phone interview. More interested in typical "used car salesman" selling rather than professional relationship selling. Was very disappointed with the managers I interviewed with. Salary was very low yet they expect 50+ hr work weeks with travel daily with no car allowance or company car. If this was told to me over the phone I would never have wasted a morning interviewing.

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    • Discribe a situation where you offered a solution for a customer?   Answer Question

    Reasons for Declining

    Salary was changed during the interview process and workplace ethics

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Website www.snapon.com
Headquarters Kenosha, WI
Size 5,000+ Employees
Founded 2003
Type Company - Public (SNA)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue £2 to £5 billion (GBP) per year
Competitors Danaher, The Home Depot

Snap-on understands the mechanics of the automotive repair business. The company is a leading manufacturer and distributor of high-quality hand tools, as well as auto diagnostic equipment and "under-car" shop implements, such as hydraulic lifts and tire changers. Snap-on has built a business serving mechanics, car makers, and government and industrial organizations. Other products -- with brand names Snap-on, Blackhawk, Lindström, ShopKey, and Sun -- include collision repair equipment, management software, roll cabinets, tool chests, wheel balancers, and wrenches. Snap-on... More

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