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I have been working at Diedre Moire full-time (More than a year)
If you are looking for a position that is a challenge mentally, provides growth as a professional, and will teach you discipline? This is not the job but career for you. Do you believe you are worth more than you are paid? At Diedre Moire you control how much you make, you work hard you earn more. It would be a disservice to the company if I didn't mention the camaraderie that occurs within the office, everyone not only gets along great but also support and are each other’s biggest coaches/fans.
In my office there is only one window and my back is to it, sunny days during the summer I just want to feel the sun! Also the office can be a little cool in the winter time, nothing a nice sweater can't fix though. Really the only con with this position is that you have to dedicate a lot of time, this could mean 10-12 hour days however the more time and energy you put in the more money you make. I think it’s a pretty good trade off.
Advice to Management
Individual training could be a little better; however the group training meetings in the morning are great. Overall keep doing what you are doing, there is some great leadership within our walls and it shows that the CEO really wants to see every member of the team succeed not only at work but with life in general.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Diedre Moire in February 2015.
Had a phone interview, which was maybe about 20 minutes. Pretty much quoted my resume over. Scheduled an onsite interview. The office is outdated completely. Looks horrible. Place needs renovations asap. Meet with the person who was interviewing me (Scott Shanes). First an amplitude test was given, you are given 12 minutes to complete 50 questions. Then a ranking survey where your rank different goals (such as more money, or client respect). Then the interview process started. The interview was a total waste of time. I knew that after the initial 30+ minutes were talking nonsense about how long that employee was here and how long that one has stayed with the company. The interview lasted close to 1.5 hours and I was totally losing focus as he just rambled on on utter nonsense. The only questions were asked was what type of searches do I do to help me find jobs (Indeed, monster, act) and what are the results that I usually get. I guess he wanted to update his database since everything looks out-of-date entirely. The last 5 minutes, he quickly told me that entry level make around 20k a year plus commission, which could take anywhere from 3-6 months to make a commission. Thats a complete waste of time. Steer clear of this place if they call you about job offers as they have no idea what they are doing.
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Diedre Moire Corporation helps companies hire upper management and senior executives, as well as fill positions for scientific and technical professionals. The company (pronounced "Deedre More-ay") has filled move than 4,000 positions for clients nationwide, including Fortune 500 corporations, as well as midsized and small firms. Diedre Moire is employee-owned and was founded in 1982. It is headquartered in New Jersey and has filled positions for clients such as Harrison Alloys, the University of Pittsburgh, and Sun Chemical Corporation.