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I worked at Bullhorn full-time (More than 3 years)
Bullhorn is a very special place and I truly have nothing but great things to say about my few years there. I was able to progress and promote at a steady pace and it really helped shape who I am as a salesperson today. Everyone there is very passionate and hard-working, but also knows how to have fun and laugh once in awhile. The sales team specifically gets along really well and it is not a cutthroat environment.
The pay needs to be better in order to retain talent and try not to change the compensation plan as much each year.
Advice to Management
Continue to be transparent and listen to employee's feedback.
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!