Culture

It is Not Easy to Land Among the Elite

By

Jason Bodin

| Aug 9, 2013

Paycom’s success is directly related to our ability to find and attract the best of the best. Need proof? Then look no further than Glassdoor’s recent announcement of the 25 Most Difficult Companies to Interview 2013. You will see Paycom sitting alongside the likes of Google, McKinsey and Facebook.

Despite the fact that Paycom’s interview process is difficult for the candidate, we rank No. 1 on the top 25 list regarding the length of the entire interview process. Our 12 day process is eight days faster than the third ranked company, while the longest process tops out at 55 days.

Once candidates conclude the interview process and become Paycom employees, they are welcomed into one of the best places to work and top workplace cultures in the nation. Paycom’s employee satisfaction ranks as the 14th highest on Glassdoor’s national list.

Paycom has an intense commitment to continuous improvement in every aspect of its business, including the interview process.

“We will continue to strive for our interviews to be challenging, while also giving candidates an overall positive Paycom experience – whether they win the job or not,” said Director of Recruiting  Tiffany McGowen.

If you are among the most gifted and talented, then take a few moments and submit your resume to paycomjobs.com or sellforpaycom.com. Please keep in mind that we do require a lot from you. But, if you are lucky enough to join the Paycom team, you will be surrounded by strong, successful individuals working for one of the fastest growing and most successful companies in the nation.

About the Author

Jason Bodin

Jason Bodin has been the communications pulse for a number of organizations, including Paycom, where he serves as director of public relations and corporate communications. He helped launch Paycom’s blog, webinar platform and social media channels. He aided in the development of Paycom’s tool to assist organizations in complying with the Affordable Care Act, one of the largest changes in health care the country has seen. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Bodin previously worked for ESPN and FoxSports. In his free time, he enjoys adventuring with his family, reading and strengthen his business acumen.

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