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dejpuj8 1 post  |  Last Activity: Jan 22, 2015 7:31 PM Member since: Sep 3, 2010
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  • dejpuj8 by dejpuj8 Jan 22, 2015 7:31 PM Flag

    I don't know where you guys are getting anything positive. The problem at Monster was more than just Sal. In 2006, Monster was one of the top 20 most visited sites on the world wide web. Think about it. The sales people would pick up the phone and say "hello, how many postings do you want to buy". Well, those order takers became managers. Now that they have sooo much competition, they don't know what to do. The leadership does not know how to sell. Now here's the kicker. They decided they wanted to be a "technology" company. Kind of like how IBM went from building computers to being a "technology" company. The only problem, the technology they are selling is cheaper than the job postings they used to sell. So essentially they are replacing their main product with one that will give them lower revenues. If you really want to see what the employees are doing, go to Linkedin and search for PAST Monster reps in your area. People that have had accounts for 10 years or more are leaving faster than they can hire. Last year they were going to hire 100 sales reps. Mainly because there were so many leaving. Sorry guys, this ship is going to sink. Go to Glassdoor and look at the detailed reviews, they are bad. Also, they are known to FIRE. They have a database of 70 million resumes and and "At Will" employment contract. You think they care if they threaten the staff. Think about it.

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