work can be rewarding if Law firm's ever stuck with Findlaw long enough to see their investment pay off but almost all of their clients fire them as a supplier for poor performance
incredible amount of micro management, if they put half the micro management time into delivering more value to their clients perhaps the clients would not churn at likely double to triple the industry average
J'ai postulé via un recruteur. Le processus a pris 3 semaines. J'ai passé une entrevue à FindLaw (Toronto, ON).
Very long process. Met with recruiter, sales manager, director and VP.
If by chance you make it to the VP level you will then be brought back in for a half day assessment which consist of another interview, a mock sales call, a mock VM call, an MS excel simulation, a MS outlook simulation and above all you are expected to complete an entire business plan prior to your final half day assessment- which you will then present to the hiring managers. I also remember some type of pre-interview assessment as well.
Ended up getting an offer which I declined. VERY low base pay and OTE. Their OTE should be their base.
May be a good opp for someone out of school but as they want 3-5 years experience I can't see someone fresh out of uni to make it to the half day evaluation.
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