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Corporate Brokers Recruiter Interview Questions

Updated Mar 15, 2017
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Anonymous Employee
Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview

Application

I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Corporate Brokers.

Interview

The interview process was four parts. You're asked if you want to invite yourself back to the next round which threw me off but I continued. It's fairly conversational and is four rounds. The first one, the person interviewing will do most of the talking, they'll tell you about the company a bunch. Round two is going over your recent past few days and they do some personality/behavioral assessments about strengths, weaknesses, tough situations you have been in, what other people would say about you, fairly standard and conversational, they will also role play a call with you. Third, you do presentation on two topics they provide and shadow in the pit and meet with the rest of the team of recruiters and see what it is really like to be a recruiter and get to listen in on them making calls and meet with the BDEs, they go over expectations about what day to day is really like. Fourth, an offer is presented.

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Corporate Brokers Response

Mar 20, 2017 – HR Operations Manager

We're so glad you had a positive interview experience and accepted an offer as a recruiter! We do our best to provide candidates with a diligent interview process to ensure that you and CB are the... More

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    Recruiter Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Tampa, FL
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Corporate Brokers (Tampa, FL).

    Interview

    When I arrived for the interview I met with the recruiter I was in contact with because the other guy was running late. Two other recruiters joined in the interview, but it was clear it wasn't planned. Then the person who was supposed to be interviewing me showed up towards the end and apologized for being late. Long story short, turns out that they were all hungover. In the end, they told me to email them if I was interested and that they would reply back. I never received a response and so I called the guy I was in contact with and left a voicemail. I received no reply. Overall, the whole thing was very unprofessional and I am glad I never got a reply back.

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    Corporate Brokers Response

    Mar 30, 2017 – HR Operations Manager

    We sincerely apologize for your experience during the interview process. Our interview process is very in depth and we like to involve several team members so everyone can get to know candidates... More


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    Recruiter Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Florham Park, NJ
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Corporate Brokers (Florham Park, NJ) in June 2014.

    Interview

    Received a call from the company's internal recruiting manager. She was very nice and after a 30 phone screen, an informational interview was scheduled with one of the co-founders, who is also the COO. Afterwards, a behavioral interview was to be scheduled followed by a situational interview where you go out into the office and listen in on various people's phone calls.

    Interview Questions

    • As this was an informational interview, there were few questions asked by the COO. When I asked the COO to explain the commission split between the company and the recruiter who places a candidate, he was hesitant to go into specifics saying it varies contract by contract that you secure. Seemed fishy that he wouldn't be upfront about that as it's not unusual for a sales person to want to know what's a realistic estimate of their commissions.

      My issue was that at the lower level, all of the "recruiters" aka salesmen, are working on clients' accounts with whom no exclusive deal exists. So, while you're trying to find the best people, so too are other recruiting agencies, and you won't get paid for all of the sourcing you did for that account. Base pay of 30K is reasonable for entry level sales, but when he told me about the hours being 7-7, I decided it wasn't for me. In my follow up email, I thanked him for his time but declined to come in for a second interview.   Answer Question
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