What is the hiring process like?
At PC Connection, Inc., we've taken care to build a diverse team of employees who share one attribute—a strong desire to succeed by helping customers. Our employees come to us from throughout the nation and from varied backgrounds. The hiring process may vary depending on the job, but in general it follows this pattern:
Step 1: Tell Us About Yourself!
Whether you've spoken to a recruiter or contacted us online, we review and track all of the resumes we receive. If we don’t have any current openings that fit your skill set and background, we’ll still keep your resume on file for at least one year and contact you if an opportunity arises.
Step 2: Process and Interviewing
If the HR recruiter finds a qualified match for your skills and experience, the hiring manager will typically review your resume. The human resources recruiter will contact applicants who match the specifications of the position and generally conduct a phone interview. The recruiter will be your primary point of contact throughout the interview process, setting up interview appointments with the hiring manager and answering any questions you may have. Candidates who are interviewed (face-to-face) will be notified of the status of the candidacy at the end of the process.
Step 3: Pre-Employment Obligations
If you're selected for a position, the recruiter will conduct three reference checks. We also conduct a background investigation, which could include employment verification, credit history, a criminal check, DMV check, and education verification. Once your pre-employment obligations are met, your HR recruiter will contact you with the next steps.
Step 4: Joining the PC Connection Family
If you decide to accept our offer, congratulations! You're joining a special team, and we hope you'll find your work here satisfying and rewarding. Usually, your first day of employment will coincide with a day-long orientation held at our headquarters in Merrimack, NH. After that, depending on your job, you may be required to attend a company-run training program. Your HR recruiter will provide you with all the details.