Seven Step RPO

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    Great Place to Get your Foot in the Door

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA

    I have been working at Seven Step RPO full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Some of these reviews are absurd. If you get fired from SSR good luck to you because its hard to do. They give individuals chances that they shouldn't even get. SSR is a great place to start your career. It definitely depends on the account you are on however these are the pro's:
    - Young/ fun work environment
    - SSR is one of the best in the industry in what they do
    - Get a lot of responsibility right off the bat.
    - You learn a lot about the industry in a short amount of time
    - Supportive leadership (at least with my account)
    - Great healthcare package
    - Fast pace environment (again this is the case with my account)
    - If you work hard they will promote you

    Cons

    - No 401k contribution/ sick days
    - New hire training needs to improve. You really don't understand your responsibilities until you get on the desk.
    - People can get away with doing the bare minimum
    - Changes in an account, though anticipated by leadership, are not dealt with as head-on and gracefully as they could be (again can depend on the account). Why leave recruiters/ TM's in the dark on their account when they are the individuals interacting directly with the customer?

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Seven Step RPO Interviews

Updated Nov 18, 2014
Updated Nov 18, 2014

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    Entry Level Recruiter Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO
    Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO
    Application Details

    I applied through other source. The process took a weekinterviewed at Seven Step RPO.

    Interview Details

    I was sourced by one of their employees on linkedin.com. We had an informational phone interview that took about 15 minutes. Typically questions. You could tell she wasn't interested in your answers. She just wanted the answers. The in-person interview took about 2.5 hours. Good luck finding parking that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. The first two people who interviewed me were leads of two different areas. If you research the company, you will be very bored because they give you a background of the company again. Not very excitable people so their presentation was boring to say the least. These ladies were very young. Like 23 or 24 years old. They emphasized that they work hard and play harder. Yep, their office does have their fair share of fun. It kinda felt like college again. But they asked normal situation questions like tell me about a time when you have an upset customer...what did you do? Then after 2 hours, I was told to write a sample email to recruiter someone. I was given information and told to write it in 10 min. I've never been recruited so I had no idea what to expect. I, then, interviewed with the boss. I forget her title. She was intimidating but nice. As I was looking around the small office that looked more like an open space computer lab, they all sounded like robots. It appeared like a call center more than anything. Nothing wrong with it but I wasn't too fond of that aspect of the job. When it's dead silent like when I walked in, being the only one on the phone can be nerve wrecking. They are on the phones about 85 percent of the time. This job was not for me and I dialed back my enthusiasm when talking to her. We had a follow up phone call the next day and she told me to check in with her the following day. I wasn't able to start in a week and half like she wanted unfortunately, thus I never called her back.

    Interview Questions
    • do you have experience with outlook, Microsoft, excel?
      how do you deal with angry customers?
      How do you organize yourself when you have to do a project or meet a deadline?
      How you take constructive criticism?
      Where do you seem yourself in 5 years?
      what are your goals?
      Do you think you would be a good fit for an RPO?
      KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN RPO and AN AGENCY!
       
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Baker's Dozen Recognition, HRO Today, 2014

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Website www.sevensteprpo.com
Headquarters Boston, MA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2007
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Seven Step RPO is a leading global provider of outsourced recruitment solutions. Founded in 2007, the company helps the world's largest corporations overcome their talent acquisition challenges by providing true recruitment innovation, valuable analytics, and actionable insight. Seven Step is ranked as a Top Enterprise Provider on HRO Today's RPO Baker's Dozen list as an industry leader in customer satisfaction. For more information, visit www.sevensteprpo.com, or follow Seven Step on Twitter @SevenStepRPO.

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