1 month, after coffee, then the formal interview, then came the offer.
Answered - Health & Benefits Consulting Senior Analyst (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL
3 months - networked with sales team and they got me the interview.
Answered - Principal (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
I was offered a position and then the company went off the grid. It's a week and a half later, and I still have not received the offer letter or new hire paperwork as I should have within 48 hours. The job is supposed to start in less than a week. This is highly unprofessional.
2 months, 9 interviews.
Answered - Senior Associate (Former Employee) - San Francisco, CA
7-10 days Application, background check, interview and then meeting with manager and owner to select choices
Answered - CA and Pest Managemtn Manager (Former Employee) - Southeast Texas
Interview with the hiring manager and a number of their reports.
Interview with HR
Answered - Project Manager (Former Employee) - Norwood, MA
About 2 weeks
Answered - IT Infrastructure Administrator (Current Employee) - Santa Barbara, CA
Was not hired on, let go while working a temp position.
Answered - Professional Service Representative (Former Employee) - Vernon Hills, IL
It takes up to month sometimes less. The new hire paperwork is very simple and streamlined.
Answered - Sr. Benefits Relationship Manager (Current Employee) - Urbandale, IA
Depends on the person applying, if it is someone that a family member, it takes 1 day. If it is a person just applying, it could take up to 45 days.
Answered - Finance Analyst (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL