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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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As far as remember I started as Temporary and made it to permanent position in 3 months.

Answered - SAP Support Analyst (Former Employee) - Littleton, MA

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Modis calls tells you what job may be a fit for me.Schedule interview with company contracted.Interview with onsite manager,Then hired.

Answered - Consultant for Sanofi/Aventis (Former Employee) - Bridgewater, NJ

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Back then an interview and urine test !

Answered - Shipping/Receiving Supervisor (Former Employee) - Lincoln, CA

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I hd a special circuumstancee and hired withing 2 weeks

Answered - IT EXECUTIVE (Former Employee) - Austin, TX

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I don't remember how long it took to get hired or what the steps were in the process. (It was 10+ years ago.)

Answered - Strategic Vendor Manager (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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It took about 2 weeks

Answered - Order Picker/Delivery Driver (Former Employee) - Santa Clara, CA

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Initial interview is with a recruiter, followed by an interview with the District Manager. No trick questions, just common questions regarding experience, qualifications, work history, etc.

Answered - Technology Sales Specialist (Current Employee) - Eugene, OR

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2-3 weeks to get hired. You have to go through an online interview, and eventually training.

Answered - HP Sales Representative (Current Employee) - Rancho Cordova, CA

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1-4 weeks. interview and then train from 2-6 weeks depending on the position.

Answered - Assistance Teacher (Current Employee) - Gilgit-Baltistan

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2 months maybe a little less if the recruiter rides hard

Answered - Talent Acquisition - Senior Sourcing Lead (Former Employee) - California

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