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I have been working at Addison Group full-time (Less than a year)
-You can control your compensation based on how hard you work.
-Management actually cares about you as a person. You are not just a number. Even upper management at HQ is very easy to get in touch with!
-There are a lot of fun incentives that keep you motivated and moving in the right direction
-You will be invested in as long as your effort is at 100%
-The job requires you to be competitive and have thick skin so as long as you are fine with that then there really aren't cons.
Advice to Management
-Keep investing in employees. It doesn't go unnoticed!
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Addison Group (Houston, TX (US)).
Hiring began with a preliminary phone interview which lasted about 30 minutes. After the phone interview I was invited to come in for my first interview. The interview consisted of meeting the managers of 3 different recruiting divisions within Addison Group and lasted about 3.5 hours. I was asked about previous job experience, past accomplishments, and personality questions. At the end of the first interview I was asked which division I would prefer to be apart of, and after explaining my decision I was invited for a second interview with my choice of division’s managers. The second Interview lasted about 3 hours which involved speaking with my Manager and the direct hire manager and also getting to know my future team to see if I connected well with them. After I left I received a call explaining they would like to extend an offer in which I accepted.
Addison Group hosts a monthly event for Financial Executives Networking Group (FENG). It is a great way for those in the industry to discuss trends and share job leads. Read more about FENG's latest meeting in the Tribune:http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIOpi
Recruiting hassles - a thing of the past - Steve Wolfe shares more with Advisor.TV http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIOKd