Monster Worldwide Reviews

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    Great company, but going through transisition

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    Current Employee - Field Sales Representative in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Field Sales Representative in Dallas, TX
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    I have been working at Monster Worldwide full-time (More than 3 years)


    Great company with solutions that actually work. Seeing a shift that we have finally bottomed out and are growing our revenue and market share. Monster has made some investments to make itself a diverse solution provider in the HR and Talent Acquisition space. If a company is hiring, looking to improve it's brand, needs to improve their HR processes, or simply wants to outsource their recruitment efforts, Monster can do it all and do it well.


    Monster hasn't had any real sales incentives in 2015...this is due to going through the transition, but in 2014 we had some quarterly spiffs that weren't all that great, but did help give a decent lift in commissions. There haven't been any company paid trip awards in years and I think they are looking at bringing this back as we are getting back on the right track, but we will see. The company is also getting a little too involved in micro management which is never the solution. There are those managers who protect their reps from it as much as possible, but there is a lot of redundancies in how we have to report our information and numbers.

    Advice to Management

    Get back to awarding the sales reps more. Reduce redundancies in reporting. Invest more in sales (training, awards, kickoffs)...likely can expect to see this more in 2016 so I hope it's true. Managers need to lead more and manage less...dont worry about KPI's...worry about maximizing sales and not forcing us to get the customer to close just to we have the revenue booked.

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    Program Manager Interview

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    First a phone interview with HR, then second phone interview with supervisor. Next was an on sight supervisor interview and during the same meeting was a phone interview with the director.

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Headquarters Weston, MA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1994
Type Company - Public (MWW)
Industry Business Services
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Monster is a global leader in connecting people to jobs, wherever they are. For more than 20 years, Monster has helped people improve their lives with better jobs, and employers find the best talent. Today, the company offers services in more than 40 countries, providing some of the broadest, most sophisticated job seeking, career management, recruitment and talent ... More

Mission: To help people find better. Not only at work, but in life.

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