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I have been working at Talent Plus as an intern (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Talent Plus is an amazing place to work, full of awesome people. Everyone here knows what they're doing and is super friendly. They work in the science of fully utilizing their employees, so rest assured that any position you have at Talent Plus will be a great match.
As an intern, the pay was not the best. That was the only downside to my experience.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 6+ weeks – interviewed at Talent Plus.
Many phone interviews involved in their process. I received a call from their initial contact which took about 15 minutes. It was a few general get to know you questions along with some of their guided interview questions. I was then told I would receive a call within 24 hours to schedule another interview.
The second interview was a very nice woman who read the script she was given. It took about an hour and a half in total and seemed to be about 4 to 5 questions in a row that related to work ethic (honesty, integrity, positivity on a scale of 1 to 10 and/or tell me about a time you demonstrated this trait) and then a question that was a bit off topic such as a phrase you have memorized or what you do for fun, and then it would repeat. This process happens for the second interview as well, along with a writing assessment.
Looking for a new employee who's all that and more? Talent Plus may be able to help. The HR consulting firm uses a structured interview process that it calls The Talent Formula to recruit, select, and develop employees. The formula calls for placing people in roles where their natural behavior will lead to success. Talent Plus' technique is based on interviewing work done by founder Dr. William Hall when he was head of the psychology department at the University of Nebraska. In 1989, Hall formed Talent Plus with his former student, Doug Rath (chairman), along with Kimberly...