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Getting an Interview
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Project Manager Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Monster Worldwide (Maynard, MA) in January 2008.
Phone screen; 3 hour interview onsite with project managers, HR, and marketing business owners. Questions mainly focused on my experience with project methodology.
- are you willing to work one saturday every month Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
had 2 more competive offers
Other Interview Reviews for Monster Worldwide
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Three interviews: HR, Team Members, Hiring Manager.
Nothing specific, very standard.
- What would your worst enemy say about you? Answer Question
They came with an offer first, and it was ok. I needed the job so I accepted.
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Monster Worldwide in December 2012.
Contacted by an external retained recruiter for the opportunity. Conducted a lengthy pre-screen interview (about 40 minutes), while my skills and experience were mapped to the job requirements. Next steps and timeline were detailed. The next contact was several days later with an e-mail explaining I would not be under further consideration because "client is looking for someone who is currently in the work force". Which while true and is the employer's right I found ironic given what business it is in.
- (Working against a high level job requirement) Describe how your management style would help our work environment. 1 Answer