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Bullhorn Overview

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Boston, MA
501 to 1000 employees
1999
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Salesforce, SugarCRM, Zoho
Bullhorn provides cloud-based software for relationship-driven businesses. Its automated data capture and customer insight technology helps companies win customers and keep them engaged. Today, more than 7,000 companies rely on the Bullhorn platform to help increase sales ... Read more

Mission: Our mission is to help businesses create an incredible customer experience by transforming the way people work and interact with their customers. We create software that's both powerful and a pleasure to use and pair it with fantastic customer service.


Glassdoor Awards

Best Places to Work: 2016 (#29)

Highest Rated CEOs: 2016 (#18)

Bullhorn Reviews

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Bullhorn Founder & CEO Art Papas
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at Bullhorn full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    The people and the culture are far and away the best part of working at Bullhorn, and always have been. If I didn't love the people I work with, I probably wouldn't still be here. Everyone buys into the company mission of providing an incredible customer experience and it really makes a big difference. There's a lot of energy and things always move quickly. It's a real work hard and play hard environment. No matter what role you're coming into, if you perform well and work hard there will be lots of opportunities for promotions and career growth. Every company struggles in some areas, but Bullhorn is an amazing place to work.

    Cons

    Work/life balance can be a challenge in some departments. Everyone buying into the mission is the rock we can lean upon, but as the company has rapidly grown there are difficulties and inefficiencies in communications between departments. By extension, internal processes can be hampering. Some teams are perpetually understaffed. The employee scorecard system is conceptually and fundamentally flawed.

    Advice to Management

    Transparency. Not only between departments, but also providing more than high-level quarterly updates on the direction the company is moving and the strategies being used to accomplish those goals. Talk more regularly with middle managers, especially around staffing and resource concerns. Work harder to foster better relationships across teams and departments. Own accountability and lead from the top -- don't make people read a book and expect problems to fix themselves.

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Bullhorn Photos

Bullhorn photo of: Getting the 2015 Bullhorn Holiday Party started!
Bullhorn photo of: Our Vancouver Summer outing included family and foosball this year!
Bullhorn photo of: Massachusetts Women's Conference
Bullhorn photo of: Valentine's Day "Puppy Love Bake-Off"! We had homemade treats from our best bakers, and puppy visitors from Greater New England Dog Rescue
Bullhorn photo of: Our flip cup champions from the Summer Outing!
Bullhorn photo of: July Company Outing 2016
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Bullhorn Interviews

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    Human Resources Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Boston, MA
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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Bullhorn (Boston, MA) in November 2017.

    Interview

    As a passive candidate, the InMail I received from the recruiter impressed me. The note was personal and tailored to me. It was evident that the recruiter did her homework and was not just casting a wide net, like most recruiters do. That is the only reason I agreed to a conversation.
    Following the conversation, I was asked to take an online assessment. The “timed” part of the assessment was a bit unnerving, but going with the flow, I tried to answer as many questions as I could, in that 15-minute time frame.
    An in-person interview with the hiring manager ensued. The head of HR (hiring manager) is brilliant! I was floored by her knowledge, experience, grace and poise during the interview process. I also had a phone conversation with another HR team member.
    During the final interview, I met a couple of other execs who were tough with their questions, but very pleasant in their demeanor.
    The office location is great and is tastefully designed. During the office tour, I noticed some (all?) employees giving me a welcoming gaze- that was warm.
    All in all, the entire recruiting process was very well orchestrated and had my circumstances not changed, I’d have loved to be a part of Bullhorn!
    A big shoutout to Sarah Greenwell. She is the BEST recruiter I’ve ever met!

    Interview Questions

    • - Why did you choose HR as a career?
      - Describe some of your HR challenges.   Answer Question
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Bullhorn Awards & Accolades

  • The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies To Work For 2017, The Sunday Times (UK), 2017
  • Best Small & Medium Companies to Work For, Glassdoor, 2016
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