Airline Tariff Publishing Company

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Airline Tariff Publishing Company Reviews

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Airline Tariff Publishing Company President William Anders
William Anders
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    It was a great place to work, the work is okay but the people were great.

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    Former Employee - Business Analyst  in  Dulles, VA
    Former Employee - Business Analyst in Dulles, VA

    I worked at Airline Tariff Publishing Company full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    The people were great to work with, the management is fairly flexible with work schedules and good benefits. The office itself has been renovated over the years and is located near Herndon, VA. The technology in use is fairly up to date. Career opportunities are available.

    Cons

    The salaries are fairly low. I believe the management team should be doing more to increase the salaries of the employees. A lot the management has been there forever and will not change their thinking.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay the employees what they are worth.

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Airline Tariff Publishing Company Interviews

Updated Jun 21, 2014
Updated Jun 21, 2014

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    Anonymous Employee  in  Dulles, VA
    Anonymous Employee in Dulles, VA
    Application Details

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days - interviewed at Airline Tariff Publishing Company in May 2014.

    Interview Details

    Most companies email a programming assignment and based on how you do, they determine to do the next level of screening (phone screening or face to face). So, given that these days it is not expected for anyone to know the entire Java API details, what they expect (when I say they - most companies not ATPCO) is to see if your approach to solving problems.
    Although ATPCO gives a test - and claims that they want to only see your approach (and that they don't expect anyone to do well on the test - or there isn't any pass or fail on the test). The entire process seems to be a joke. If you give power to a bunch of monkeys, what do you expect?
    Not to mention - when a person tries to explain to you about the assignment, try to stay as far as possible, because BO is terrible. (People have to use deodorants). It is indeed a circus in there.

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    • Questions are not difficult - but they tend to be teasing you.   Answer Question
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Website www.atpco.net
Headquarters Dulles, VA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1965
Type Company - Private
Industry Media
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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