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RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Flexible work schedule, work from home, expertise in business; 401k, health plan, fun events, training classes, parking, vacation, average pay
Inner city, managers inconsistent, high turnover, fear of layoffs. Workloads heavy, Rush work the norm, coworkers work OT daily and burn out.
Advice to Management
Employees are overworked, stressed and fearful. Managers should keep in touch with daily pressures and offer rewards, praise.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Hibbert Group (Trenton, NJ) in June 2010.
I submitted my resume for two positions within the company (Business Technical Specialist, Program Administrator). I was contacted by an HR Rep approximately three weeks after submission. We did a phone interview which lasted approximately 20 minutes for the Technical Specialist position. I was called a week later and interviewed on site with another HR Rep and a representative for the department. Each interview lasted approximately 30 minutes. The interview covered my work history and questions were directed towards how my experience was relevant to the position. I was contacted a week later and asked to interview onsite with another representative from the department. It lasted 20-30 minutes. I was told that they would have a decision by the end of the following week. Six weeks later, I was contacted to interview for the Program Administrator position. I emailed the HR rep and declined the interview. I indicated that I never received an email or phone call after the series of interviews for the first position that I was no longer a candidate. I felt I was it unprofessional on their behalf and it is a courtesy which takes only moments and should be extended to those who have taken the time to personally represent themselves to their organization. That afternoon, I received an email from an HR director stating that the position had been put on hold and they were now interviewing for the position. While she did a nice job of deflecting, she didn't address my issue with the first job that interviewed for (Technical Specialist). She was referring to the Program Administrator position. Even if that wasn't the case, how many times did they want me to interview for the job? People were very professional during the interview. Good, thought provoking questions which allow the opportunity to engage in dialog. Not happy in the manner which they conduct business. Treat people well during all phases of the process and they will want to work for you in the future.
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Hibbert is handy when it comes to marketing. The Hibbert Company, doing business as The Hibbert Group, offers marketing support services. Its three flagship services consist of the fulfillment and distribution of marketing materials and information; sales and marketing program administration; and database management and direct marketing services. The company serves clients in industries such as pharmaceutical, telecommunications, finance, technology, electronics, and advertising and marketing. Hibbert has five locations in Delaware, Colorado, and New Jersey. Tim and Tom ...