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Great parent company with a lot of businesses under it Compensation was more than fair Decent work/life balance Opportunity to telecommute depending on your position
Not enough training opportunities for career advancement offered Internal communication challenges, resulting in double and triple work
Advice to Management
Communicate better with your employees and offer them more opportunities to advance in the company.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at IAC (West Hollywood, CA) in November 2014.
I was very happy to be contacted for the Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis opportunity within their CityGrid media group of IAC. I saw the position posted on LinkedIn and indeed and applied directly through The IAC website. I received an email a week or so later from a human resources representative asking that I give her a call. I called the same day. To my surprise the recruiter was hostile and overly aggressive. When I called the company the recruited greeted me with "Are you currently working?!!! "Tell me your salary history for every job you've had!!!" I asked her if we could table that part of the conversation and discuss the duties of the role. She refused and became louder and more irate. Concluding with " if you won't give me your salary history were done for today and I will not be forwarding your resume to the hiring manager." The call was just weird and disturbing,
- There weren't any difficult questions Answer Question
IAC/InterActiveCorp (IAC) satisfies inquisitive minds who want to use the Web to explore local hot spots, meet the right partner, find a contractor, and maybe even host a party or two. The Internet conglomerate owns more than 50 brands, including search engine Ask.com, local guide Citysearch (part of advertising network CityGrid Media), dating site Match.com, and home service provider network ServiceMagic. Other IAC holdings include Shoebuy.com and a majority stake in Connected Ventures, the parent company of racy college entertainment site CollegeHumor.com. It also ...