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1750 Montgomery St, 1st Floor
San Francisco
CA
94111
USA
(415) 464-6897
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I enjoyed working with Lynn because she was very accessable and was available to talk through my issues. BCG was very helpful in disseminating the resume and mediating the initial discussions. BCG is number 1!
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I like BCG because I felt like, well I am going to direct my comments toward Romina because I really don't know for sure how BCG as a whole works, but I know what Romina did for me. It seems like she was always doing something. I would get new firms to approve all the time. Even if I hadn't talked to her in a month, I was still getting those emails to approve new firms so I felt like I didn't have to be in constant contact with her and that she was still working as best she could at finding me a placement opportunity. This made it so much easier because I didn't have to do cover letters, I didn't have to worry about anything, I just did my resume. I would talk to Romina about what I wanted , like I'd change my goal and let her know that I was thinking maybe I would like a job a little more focused on this or that and she would give me some ideas of how to tweak my resume which I would do and send back to her and then she would update the cover letter and send it in and do everything. She has placed me twice now and personally, I haven't had to apply to a single job on my own. BCG certainly is number one, but they are also the only one I have worked with.
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I think Romina is very proactive and very responsive. Every time I had question, no matter what kind of question, whether about my resume, an opening or about an interview question, she always responded very quickly. In terms of BCG Search, the biggest advantage is that it has a very large database and works with a lot of law firms, so there are a lot of exclusive opportunities that are only posted on BCG's website. What really saved me time was I think the system, how the whole process works, like she would send me a link so that I could view the opening that required my approval and shows each opportunity and how far it goes. The system works very well and makes it very intuitive and easy for a candidate to get a knowledge of what kind of opportunity is available and what are the process in terms of each opportunity. BCG a lot of established information in their systems, like if you are going to have an interview, BCG has a book to tell you about the process, how to ace the interview, and if you have a call back, then BCG will have a book for you on the helpful tips and tricks on how to answer a call back. I think BCG is absolutely the best.