I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Workbridge Associates.
Interview Details – 2-3 interviews. The first is pretty casual, and the second was a little more intense lasting about 2-3 hours.
Interview Question – Pretty basic questions, they want to hire people that are outgoing and fit in the environment. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Workbridge Associates.
Interview Details – Applied through Craigslist for the position, received a call from the Division Manager. After the phone interview I met with the DM's and RD for the offices of both Workbridge and Jobspring. These interviews seemed a little unplanned and the questions I was asked seemed irrelevant to a recruiting position, but definitely geared toward entry level sales/behavioral based questions.
Interview Question – One of the people I met with really wanted to talk about Greek life at their college campus, which was odd because I was not in a fraternity or sorority in school. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation they offer a base salary (30k) with a path to raises and perks based on your placements.
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Workbridge Associates in March 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online and was contacted by a recruiter the next day to schedule an interview. I was interviewed by two separate people during my first interview and to be honest, they are only looking to see if you would be a good fit in the company. Most of the workers there were male, fresh out of college and appeared to be very immature. My second interview consisted of a presentation (piece of cake) and from there, I met one on one with every single person on the management team. I knew something was up so I asked if this was the typical interview process and one member stated "no." Apparently they were torn about hiring me. Which was pretty obvious from the beginning. Oh and the second interview lasted about 2 hours which I'm sure isn't typical. I decided then that this wasn't the job for me. I was told to follow up and I never did.
Interview Question – There weren't any difficult questions, but they were all personality based. "what do you do for fun" "what makes you laugh" and they will ask "why do you want to be a recruiter" about a dozen times. They are really trying to gauge to see how "fun" you are and what kind of energy you will bring. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Workbridge Associates.
Interview Details –
So I sent in my resume, they sent an email to call back. Then I called and the marketing specialist asked me some mundane questions and explained the company more in depth.
Scheduled a interview, I then talked to several managers, they explain the pay and benefits right off the bat, then I was asked to call in the next day and schedule a second interview.
Scheduled, did my presentation that they asked, spoke with several other managers.
Asked to call back the next morning... no offer.
It was an okay learning experience, but really informal and because I had to call back so much, it seemed like they really weren't interested in me or cared about new prospects for their company.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work in recruiting and sales? Answer Question
Interviewed at Workbridge Associates
Interview Details – Phone screen, face to face, and then presentation.
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Workbridge Associates in January 2012.
Interview Details – Received a call after applying online, spoke to one of the Lead recruiters as well as the District Manager for about 30 minutes, was then asked if I was interested in coming in for an interview. I accepted for the next business day. Met with 2 managers separately, both were very friendly and explained not only the day to day business of the company but also the big picture and large goals of the company as a whole and the individual employees. Was asked to call the following morning, did as asked and came in that afternoon for a 2nd interview. Spoke with 2 other managers and the district manager. Everyone I met was very friendly as well as thorough in explaining what the job entails and possible of growth potential. There was not one thing that I could find at fault with what I heard and I became more and more interested as the interview progressed. After the managers spoke amongst them selves in private I was offered the job and given a little over a week to wrap up little things in my life.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Workbridge Associates in June 2011.
Interview Details – Everyone I spoke with was very friendly and professional. The 1:1 interviews are really to find out if the candidates will fit in well with the culture at Workbridge. It's a very young, energetic staff, and everyone I met was outgoing and easy to get along with.
Interview Question – Do you see yourself being successful at this company and why? Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Workbridge Associates in January 2011.
Interview Details –
Here is some advice when you are a candidate:
1. Do not give a list of companies you interviewed with.
2. Focus only on the job that you are interested.
3. They will try to sell you their company features. It's a waste of time.
4. Do not sign on the dotted line unless you have a job offer.
Interview Question – What is your desired pay? View Answer
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Workbridge Associates.
Interview Details –
You do a couple of interviews for this position.
1st Phone interview telling you about the company and what your would be doing at the job.
2nd In-person interview where you will meet some of the lead recruiters, practice managers, possibly division manager. They will go over your background and see if you would be a great fit or not. If you have a degree and decent communication skills you will get this job!
3rd interview and final interview you will have to do a presentation on a tech company in the area. Extremely easy and its just for them to evaluate your communication skills. Presentation should only be 5 min or less. After that you will meet more recruiters and then finally meet the division manager who ultimately will decide to hire you or not.
Interview Question – Very easy interview. Basic why you would be a great fit for this position questions. Answer Question
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