Interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies
Interview Details Applied through search firm who provide salary and benefits... never got to interview stage
Interview Question – Why did you leave Marsh (I was rif'ed previously... I was told not for performance reasons) Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies in January 2011.
Interview Details I was head hunted for a specific role from a recruitment agency. They advised me their was a 6 mnths contract role at MMC (Milton Keynes Office) which matched my exact skill set. I was called for an interview where I was as honest and upfront as could be, they were not specific on any particular skills in general and advised they were looking for someone who had the same overall experience as myself. I was offered the job the next day, and handed in my notice to my employers at the time. I commenced work with MMC 2 weeks later and regretted accepting the role 3hrs into my initial first training. By the end of the week, I had a phone call from the team leader who is based in Witham, Essex, giving me a grilling for my time keeping and lack of experience on one of the operating systems, bearing in mind the level of experience on this system knowledge was not highlighted in the initial interview! 7 days into the role and whilst still in training, the contract was terminated by MMC. I honest think they have done me a big favour to be honest, as I had already secured myself with interview for future, potential, decent organisations.
Interview Question – None, it was all relatively straight forward. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – The job was actually offered for £1 per hr less than the actual advertised role.
I applied online and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies.
Interview Details I applied to this position internally. From the time that I applied on their official website to the my interview was almost three months. After the interview, it was another month before they let me know that I had the position. If you are applying externally, the length of time will be about the same; however, you will also have to undergo a very basic background check.
Interview Question – What makes you qualified for this position. View Answer
Negotiation Details – No negotiation, they offer you the position at a certain pay; take it or leave it.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies in March 2014.
Interview Details 3 wks. after applying via LinkedIn, received an afternoon e-mail scheduling a next morning phone screening interview. Face-to=face interviews were to begin the following week. Position was in NY, but interviewer was in Kentucky. Standard screening questions including "what kind of salary do you need?" The interviewer said that Marsh never includes salaries in job postings. She also made a remark about the cost of living in NYC, which led me to believe that the $50k-60k salary range that I suggested was too high. In addition, she mentioned, in response to my question, that they had a very large number or candidates. This gave me the impression that were in a position to be extremely selective.
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies in October 2012.
Interview Details Multiple interviews with numerous collegues. My first interview I met with 8 different people in small groups (2 at a time). Based on my prior industry experience (12+ years) most of the questions were about getting to know me. I was invited back for a second interview with upper management level collegues. Similar to the first interview session as I met them in small groups and was mostly asked about my working style, challenges I've faced in the work environment, etc.
Interview Question – Describe the biggest challenge you faced in your prior job. How did you address and find resolution to the challenge. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Negotiation is through a 3rd party that Marsh uses for hiring and backround checks. The process was easy as they agreed to the terms I asked for. Conduct a backround check.
I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies.
Interview Details Very informal interview which puts you at ease, but be careful as it's still an interview! They schedule multiple interviews, the process takes months. You'll meet with at least 3-4 people if they decide you pass the "test'.
Interview Question – They ask a lot of questions about everything, and expect a lot of questions in return. Answer Question
Interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies
Interview Details Invited at career fair. I felt pretty good about the first round interview but wan't able to get into onsite.
Interview Question – What if you have a really demanding person on your team? Answer Question
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies in February 2010.
Interview Details I was hired via a temporary agency contracted by Marsh. After a trial period that included extensive and detailed training specifically for the position, I was offered a permanent position with Marsh.
Interview Question – It's been a long time, so I really don't remember. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies.
Interview Details Video interview, On campus interview, interview at Marsh office
Interview Question – "Super day" set up. Met with about 4-5 different interviewers. Very conversational Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Marsh & McLennan Companies.
Interview Details Sent in resume via Indeed and 3 days later, I was phone screened by their HR rep to determine if my skills and experience matched their needs. Was then scheduled for an in-office interview after a week. Received offer 2 weeks later.
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
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