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I interviewed for this company and had to go on 3 interviews. When I interviewed with McDonald's i only had to go on 2 interviews. I don't understand why the process has to be 3 different interviews. When I interviewed at Meijer, I only had to go on 2 interviews. The...
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Anonymous

These reviews are completely ridiculous. Of course you didn't get offered a position. I'm glad to hear that the company has standards

3.5
I liked
  • Free lunch
I didn't like
  • No job
#794081
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First, I would like to share that I worked for Zone Marketing for about 4 months. I did decide to pursue other opportunities but it wasn't anything Zone Marketing did or didn't do. They were straight forward about everything the company was about and what the goals...
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Anonymous

I had a similar experience with Zone Marketing. I did an internship for 3 months over the summer. They were completely upfront with me about the position and I learned more ab...

5.0
#728660
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I am not sure exactly where all of these reviews came from. I'm sure everyone who has posted before me has their reasons for posting. When I was first contacted by Zone Marketing I checked out the reviews just like anyone else. I've always been leery to believe...
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Anonymous
Anonymous

How does the interview process go?

Anonymous
Former Employee

That's because after all the negative reviews regarding their shady interview practices in 2013-2014, they changed their ways. It seems that now, thankfully, this company now ...

#621583
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That's right, folks. The scam artists from Grand Marketing and Cohesion, Inc are at it again. Same people, same scam. I moved up to Grand Rapids in September on a whim because I got a job offer from these people. *** decision. At that time, their name was Cohesion,...
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Anonymous
TAC

Thank you for this post. I know not to keep the interview now.

#476509
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As a recent college grad, I am constantly looking for full time job opportunities in my field. I posted my resume on a job site, and the next day, was contacted by Zone Marketing by e-mail (Kashmir). I've gotten e-mails and calls from companies like this before, so I...
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Anonymous

Ding ding ding we have a winner. 100% accurate.

#471931
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This company has once again changed their name to attempt to protect their reputation. Any evidence of them being named Cohesion is gone, and now they are Zone Marketing. These are the same people, with the same lies and scams. Their ads on Craigslist have pictures of...
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I was recently contacted by Zone marketing because of my resume. The girl on the phone- Cashmere (?)- informed me that I would be a good fit for the available position at this place. Her whole speech seemed scripted. Because I've been contacted by other companies that...
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Anonymous

Zone Marketing is owned by Scott, who partnered with Gerry who owneed Cohesion, Inc. Both "companies" operated under the Cohesion name. Zone didn't go fully public until Gerry...

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Anon E. Moose

They sugarcoat and twist everything they tell you. They expect you to work 55-60 hours a week even if you're a student. It is a door to door salesman job and the pay is commi...

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I get emails once a day, after posting resume on careerbuilder, and unknown phone calls (I'm assuming from them). I don't answer or respond to emails that are unknown. I know what categories I've checked and telemarketing isn't one of them.
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