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Diversant is a great place to begin your career - especially if you want to go into sales or management. Working here has given me a lot of "life skills"; you learn to negotiate rates/salary, how to have difficult, professional conversations with people, how to manage your time and juggle a lot of responsibilities, and how to sit in front of someone who is far more senior than you and really connect with/partner with them - all in a really short time span. The training here is great, and it's all in different forms, from lectures to role plays to job shadowing. The company really seems to want to fully prepare entry-level people to be successful, and spends a lot of time and money investing in new hires to prepare them for the next steps in their career with the company. I can say from my experience, the 6-8 months of recruiting before promotion to account manager has been true - most everyone in my office has been promoted in under 7 months. Diversant is growing really fast, and I've seen a lot of people be given opportunities to move up because we've been opening so many offices. If you work hard and prove yourself, they have the means to help you get where you want to be. They listen to their employees; a bunch of people across the offices have been worried about compensation and wanting a raise, so they implemented a new way to increase your base salary. That was really awesome to see. Overall, I couldn't have asked for a better environment to begin my career in right out of college; I've learned a ton here and hope to keep using what I've learned to grow my career here.
Because the idea is to have recruiters fully trained and ready for account management within 6-8 months, it's a lot of high volume and a lot of work. I feel like it's worth it, and it gets you to where you hopefully want to be much faster than some other staffing companies, but it's definitely not easy.
Advice to Management
Continue to focus efforts on training and promoting from within. The mentorship program we have in place is great, but please work on making sure it's really taking hold in all of our offices.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Diversant (Red Bank, NJ) in June 2015.
It was really pleasant interview. I went to the office and sat down in a room and about 5-6 people came in one after another. Some of the people had only worked there for a month but everyone was incredible nice and the interview itself was quite conversational and relaxed! The recruiter was very professional and followed up with me.
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DIVERSANT LLC is privately-held professional services firm providing IT staffing and consulting to mid-market and Fortune 500 companies nationwide. The company is committed to the promotion of diversity in all its forms.