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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeksinterviewed at Systemax.


    Hiring process started via a headhunter agency.
    Upon meeting the hiring manager, it was the most unprofessional and by far the easiest interview throughout my whole career. The interviewer didn't even really asked anything but just talked about the company (trying really hard to sell it).
    The management made an agreement with the Hungarian government to fill up 500 heads in the new Budapest SSC in a certain timeframe, in exchange for supporting their business, hence they hired anyone without a real interview process.
    If you are invited for a personal interview, most likely you already got the job - unless this 500 heads are already there. But since fluctuation is crazy (more than 50%), they just can't fill up this 500 since people are leaving every day due to poor management.

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    I negotiated my salary via the recruiter agency. I told them what salary I would like to work for and they negotiated it for me.

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America's Top Companies, Forbes, 2009

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Headquarters Port Washington, NY
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1951
Type Company - Public (SYX)
Industry Retail
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (AUD) per year
Competitors Dell, CDW, Insight

Systemax's system involves being direct. The company is a direct marketer of computers, electronics, and technology supplies in North America and Europe. Through more than 15 catalogs, 25 websites, and 40 retail stores, it offers thousands of brand-name and private-label items. The company assembles its own computers, which are sold under the Systemax and Ultra brands. Systemax also sells material-handling equipment, shelving, storage items, furniture, and other industrial products. Customers include businesses, government agencies, and schools, as well as individual... More

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