Taylor Root -SR Group Interview Questions & Answers
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Interview processI was interviewed by a senior member of the legal recruitment team, who previously worked in the city as a lawyer. He asked several key questions surrounding my ambitions to orogress, why their firm and the training that could be offered. It was a real challenge as the atmosphere was very intense and extensive preparation about the company is required. Mostly questions will be drawn from your CV yet I would recommend checking the culture of the firm as they are very corporate before arriving to see if it would be the correct fit.
Most difficult questionWhat is the average day in the life of a 2 year qualified consultant with this firm?
Interview tipsKnow your CV, understand the legal sector of recruitment and what makes it different, the legal sector is much more fast paced in a lot of regards and you need to be able to be comfortable conversing with some top performing people on the city, if you don't have the confidence to do that then this isn't the job for you, dress smart, have a good answer for exactly why London and this sector. This interview is very intense however with the correct preparation you can get through it! I was very nervous going in and I think they picked up on that but the conversation began to run smoothly after a while. It's just about being able to explain exactly why you want to do the role and being confident that you have the right personality to succeed.
Experiences at the assessment centreA large majority of the interview consisted of competency based questions and questions such as: why London? What makes Taylor Root different etc.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
I was invited to come in for an interview following an initial phone screening process. The intervie
The interview took place in a relatively relaxed atmosphere; one on one chat around a small table ov
There was an initial phone interview, which I wasn't aware of as I only rang back for further detail
The initial telephone interview was very brief, and asked a standard set of questions: Why Recruitme
THe first interview was via the phone, asking why you want to go into recruitment and what motivates
After applying for the recruitment consultant position online, I received a telephone call a few wee
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