I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Studley (New York, NY).
Spoke with the HR rep and the Broker that I would be working for. They drilled me.
I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ months. I interviewed at Studley in January 2010.
Studley is a who you know company rather than a what you know. You are hired (and paid) by a team of individuals within the company who put their money (and not the company's) on the line to hire you. interviews are entirely behavior based and are about whether the team likes you or not. You might interview with several teams but usually only end up working with the one that hires you. There are no curve ball questions but since we are a household name there is an expectation that you have done some research on what we actually do prior to the interview.
Definitely negotiate. Your compensation is set by the team that hires you and not the company, so the comp packages are completely arbitrary. If you are working on salary be sure to find out what bonus potential exists and how the process will be determined. If you are working on commission with a draw, make sure you understand what projects you will be allowed to collect splits on and obtain a general schedule of how splits are determined so you don't get bent over the barrel after a deal is done.
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