I went for a scheduled interview at 2pm. I handed my resume to Eric and patiently waited for about 10 minutes in the Service Department waiting area. As I was waiting, a Service Department Employee came over to the table I was sitting at and informed the customer that her Honda Pilot had been in an accident caused by one of the lot attendants.
I then met with the Finance Manager who was cordial, polite and professional. My favorite part was when she discussed Simon Sinek's talk about Starting with the Why.
Some of the questions that come to mind for Beaverton Honda would be:
Why schedule an interview for 2pm when there is not a manager to conduct an interview?
Why leave a candidate sitting in an area for 30 minutes unattended with no consideration or regard for that persons time?
Why not send someone over to inform the candidate that the interview will have to be rescheduled?
Why be so inconsiderate, rude and and reckless with another person's time?
I was not impressed nor was I happy with the way I was treated at Beaverton Honda. I did not find the dealership to be inviting, warm and based on my experience, I do not want to work here, nor would I purchase a car from this dealership. I also might think twice before having my vehicle serviced at this dealer.