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I worked at Pareto Law full-time (More than a year)
Great culture, great atmosphere - lot's of young people. Great ethos about conducting yourself with professionalism and candour - great training too.
You have to love Sales. Work can be a little repetitive sometimes - but so can most work, am I right?
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Pareto Law.
Don't even waste your time with this interview. It was the most unprofessional experience on my life. They had use at their office from 8:30am till 6:45pm. They also consistently lied to use throughout the day (you will be able to speak with the staff and ask question...never happened, they sat in an office and ate food the entire time) (their will only be 25 people interview for the job...i show up there are 75 people interviewing) (you will be done by 3:30pm...we didn't leave till 6:45) (they forgot to interview me, and i had to go up to a staff member asking when i would be able to go). I would not waste my time interviewing again through this company for a job, your better off looking through a different agency.
- why do you want a career in sales. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
because how unprofessional they were. Imagine working for them if they cant even interview correctly.
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