- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Decision Toolbox truly values work/life balance. Decision Toolbox is a fairly flat organization where it's not uncommon to receive kudos from our c-level management team, and there's an open, albeit virtual, door policy with everyone in the company. Decision Toolbox encourages employee feedback and suggestions and seeks to implement solutions given by employees, whenever feasible.
Hourly pay structure for my position requires there to be a constant flow of new business to keep my workload full, where there's often slow seasons of the year where the workload slows down quite a bit, but this is how business works. Being a growing company, and fairly small, there are some areas where there is lack of structure.
Advice to Management
Continue listening to your employees, as you do. Keep doing what you're doing.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Decision Toolbox in October 2010.
Refreshingly streamlined and efficient interview process. The very detailed job description with candidate questions built in is reflective of the service Decision Toolbox gives to its customers. A far better first impression than other RPO or search firms that just cut/paste job descriptions. First interview by phone includes typical phonescreen questions and takes about 45 minutes. The second interview is also by phone (this is a virtual company after all), but includes a screen share so you can demonstrate how you navigate and use typical recruiting tools. Great way to quickly determine if someone is bluffing about their recruiting/sourcing skill set. References and an offer follow shortly.
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There is little to negotiate, other than how much and what kind of projects you take on.