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I have been working at Blue Book Network Contractors Register full-time
Salary, retirement benefits, ESOP, half day summer Fridays, excellent training and workshops, pleasant coworkers, approachable management
No cons noted at the moment.
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Keep up the good work!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Blue Book Network Contractors Register (South Florida, FL).
3 interviews, lots of questions, role playing in interview, be aggressive and confident. They are looking for bright people that can think on their feet and will stay with the Company for many years, so be sure to point out loyalty as a strong trait. Do your homework on the company before you go...they are over 100 years old for starters. Make sure to look good. Put your Sunday clothes on as they say.
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The Blue Book Network is the largest and most active network in the commercial construction industry – with a member base comprised of General Contractors, Subcontractors, Suppliers, Manufacturers, Architects, Engineers, Building Owners, Transportation and Utilities Professionals, Real Estate Developers, Facility and Property Managers and Government Agencies. In addition ...
Mission: The Blue Book Building and Construction Network is an employee owned enterprise and we remain committed to providing the information solutions needed to simplify the pre-construction process and continually advance the commercial construction industry across the United States. The company still publishes twenty-eight regional Blue Book directories each year throughout the United States as well.