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Weston, MA (États-Unis)
De 1 001 à 5 000 employés
Randstad US
Filiale ou unité d'exploitation
Recrutement et sous-traitance
Entre 500 millions et 1 milliard € (EUR) par an

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Monster Worldwide photo de : Career expert Vicki Salemi hosts a panel on Millennial Candidate Insights at the 2015 Monster Customer Summit.
Monster Worldwide photo de : Monster's booth during the HR Technology Conference in October 2014.
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    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 3 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Monster Worldwide (Levallois-Perret) en avril 2016.


    I applied on their website and I have been contacted by the recruiter a week later. Our call lasted 1 hour and it was very intense because he stopped on every details on my CV, asking me to explain them. Maybe to know if I wasn't lying and/or how I would built my answers. I had the feeling to justify myself about my previous experience, but in a way to make you doubt about your choices. Otherwise, the recruiter gave me good information about the job and the company. He was very professional.

    2 days later, I met the sales manager and the team leader on site and it was very intense. Asking me questions about my previous experience and why I made the choices for leaving the companies I used to work for. And to see my reaction, he told me "I know some people there, I'm gonna give a call" I answered " Yes , if you want, let me give you the contacts" It wasn't the kind of job interview where you are at the same level, but more where you have to prove anything so they can know if you can match. They gave me the impression that they were looking for a certain kind of candidate and I wasn't that kind. I knew that because at the end of the interview, the team leader (who would have been the future manager), stood up, waved a good bye that was saying "thanks but no" and left. That was so rude that I was finally happy to have the choice.
    I have been called 3 weeks later by the recruiter who told me that they appreciated to meet me but they were looking for a person with more hunting experience.

    My advice : be well prepared, know well their company and please don't forget that you will face professional recruiters...

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