I have been working at Workbridge Associates (Less than a year)
Great for learning business right out of school. While the pay is low to start, you can move up very quickly. Hard work anywhere equals success.
Work life balance can take a hit if you can't manage your time.
Advice to Management
Keep on keeping on. Training is good and the office culture is great for a young professional.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Workbridge Associates (San Jose, CA) in January 2016.
I applied online with my resume and a day later I received a call from their corporate recruiter at their headquarters in Boston. Phone screen lasted about 30 minutes basically just asked to explain through my resume and then the recruiter explained what their company does and the roles of the position. He then set me up for a on site interview the following week. I didn't meet with the person I was originally scheduled with but met with 2 different managers that lasted about an hour. Again just asked me questions about myself and explained the role further and compensation. I was then invited to a 2nd interview which was the final interview and I had to do a sales presentation on Woekbridge in front of 4 managers. After the presentation I met with 2 managers separately that were there during my presentation but I had not met with before. Mainly asked questions about how I would deal with adversity and trying to pick out if I would be motivated and driven enough for the job. Then I met with the regional director who wanted to get to know me and also see if I was the right fit for the company. I got hired on the spot and this interview lasted for about 2 hours.
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