Marsh Interview Questions & Reviews in Washington, DC
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Graphic Designer Interview (Positive Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I applied in-person and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Marsh in March 2010.
Interview Details – I was placed on assignment at Marsh through a local temp agency. Waited a year, as supervisor made the case to develop a permanent position for me. When the time came, Marsh made an offer and its sister company Mercer also offered me a position in another office. This was nice as I had them both trying to outbid the other. The interview process was very straightforward only because I had worked with both companies (Mercer more sporadically, by way of Marsh) for over a year and had thus proven my worth.
Interview Question – The position was created for me and all of my interviewers seemed to consider me an expert, thus there were no difficult questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – When the time came, Marsh made an offer and its sister company Mercer also offered me a position in another office. This was nice as I had them both trying to outbid the other. And both offers went up a couple times before I accepted Marsh's.
Executive Assistant Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
The process took 3 months - interviewed at Marsh in May 2012.
Interview Details – What a waste and lack of respect of my time and energy. I was contacted by Marsh and did a phone screen in March. I was told the interviewer was very busy and that they wouldn't have time to interview till May. In early May, interviews were set up, canceled and re-scheduled by Marsh twice - saying the interviewer was busy. Finally booked an interview and the morning of, they made contact 30 minutes before the interview asking to push it from 10a-11a. I agreed and was waiting in the lobby at 11am. Interviewer did not come to collect me till 11:25 and I was done and out of the building by 11:45. Interviewer had little interest in getting to know me and when I asked if they were considering many other candidates, I found out the position was being filled internally. If that was the case, then why waste my time and effort? So completely disrespectful.
Interview Question – There were really no questions asked, Interviewer just skimmed my resume and repeated my qualifications and skills back to me. Answer Question