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I have been working at Bullhorn full-time (More than 5 years)
I've worked at Bullhorn for several years in multiple departments in roles ranging from entry-level to leadership. While not without flaw, Bullhorn is easily the best employer I've worked for.
On an individual level, I love that there is always an emphasis on preparation for the next role. Conversations regarding a personal career path and professional growth have always been a priority in my experience. I also appreciate the opportunity to be myself and freely express my thoughts and opinions whether that be in my day-to-day role/responsibilities or in one of the many "extra-curricular" groups (Allies, HERd, BH Cares, meetups, etc).
As an organization I'm excited about our growth and expansion as it creates opportunity across the board for advancement. In addition, I feel like upper-management (C-level, executive team, etc) really do care about the well-being of their employees. While change can't always occur overnight, Bullhorn listens to the concerns of the employees and adjusts as necessary to ease concern, and in some cases goes above and beyond to course correct, in lieu of just doing what is expected.
On a personal note when I was an individual contributor, after a significant and unexpected change in leadership in my department, CEO Art Papas sought me out during a company happy hour while he was in town to ask my thoughts and concerns regarding the change. I felt like he was legitimately interested in knowing my feelings and wanted to give me the opportunity to ask him any questions I had. This small conversation empowered me as much as anything at Bullhorn to that point and left me knowing that my voice was valid, heard, necessary, appreciated and valued.
We are a quickly expanding company and with that comes change and growing pains which can create stress for some that are not accustomed to working in an evolving environment that sometimes requires patience and a tolerance for ambiguity.
Generally speaking, we're also a very outgoing and personable organization which can at times be difficult for someone who is exceedingly introverted.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Bullhorn in February 2017.
Recruiter contacted within a week of applying and sent instructions to complete the online aptitude test. Once that was done, he scheduled a phone interview. The call dropped off multiple times within few min. I suggested he call from his landline and that seemed to help. But he sounded quite upset about the phone issue. His tone changed and didn't even give any details about the position, expectations for the job, etc. He was asking questions as if crossing off items from his checklist. Didn't even bother to ask if I had any questions at the end of the call. Very unprofessional and rude behavior. I didn't expect to hear back from them nor was interested in the position anymore.
Bullhorn's Vinda Souza, vice president of marketing communications, has written a wonderful piece for Talent Economy about the benefits of Bullhorn offering parental leave to its employees:
When your office is right in the path of the eclipse, you throw an eclipse party! We had a great time celebrating the eclipse together in St. Louis!