Interviewed at Pareto Law
Interview Details – There were TOOOO many people present
Was incredibly long and in the assessment centre sometimes didn't pick up what it was looking for.
Was very interesting and a good experience if your first assessment centre.
Reason for Declining – I wanted a sales job, not a sales career
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Pareto Law in April 2012.
Interview Details – Group interview. Didn't seem very skills based, more about whether they liked your personality or not.
Interview Question – No specific questions. You had to give a presentation on why you wanted to work there and why you wanted a career in sales Answer Question
The process took 3 days - interviewed at Pareto Law in November 2009.
Interview Details – Phone call, offer onto assessment day. Not clear that 2nd stage still interview until you get there. Big group, high churn. Massive skew towards commission (revealed begrudgingly). Applied as a client, ended up getting placed onto hiring process for them! Big pitch on Youtube etc - comments aren't all positive.
Reason for Declining – Clearly massive churn, immensely salesy (horn went off during interview and people danced behind glass door after securing contract), I applied as a client and they tried to hire me themselves, which was aggressive to say the least.
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