- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at CollectcorpPros
Everyone has a chance to get the job. You will stay if proven ability to collect. Medical and dental benefits available. 3 weeks vacation after 5 years of employment.Cons
Company with very fast turn around. 50 people hired and fired weekly. If you don't want to drawn better learn how to sweam. Performance review is not done as promissed on time, there will be gaps of 2-3 years in between...Advice to ManagementAdvice
More respect to employees might be beneficial on long run.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Collectcorp in November 2011.Interview Details
Interviewed for this company at the beginning of November. Interview process was quite thorough, a personality test followed by an IQ test after which myself and another applicant were interviewed together in a group interview. Overall it was a quite a challenging interview process which lasted over an hour and a quarter at the end of which myself and the other applicant were both told that they may be looking for someone as early as the following week.
A month passed.....
I was told over the phone that candidates had been short listed to 3 and I was one of them and that the next stage would be at the end of December. Great I thought, but why had they waited so long to make contact after the initial interview...
End of December comes...
"Oh there was an internal audit and we have postponed the hiring process until early in the new year..." Hmmm...
Mid Jan I contact them again to which I did not receive any response whatsoever from 2 HR employees there.
Utter incompetence and a sheer lack of professionalism after what was quite a challenging interview process. DO NOT WORK FOR THIS COMPANY.Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
- After the IQ test which lasted 25 minutes there was a group interview. No time was allowed to switch between either process. Literally 20 seconds. Impossible for a human beings brain to switch modes that quickly Answer Question
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