- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Top performers are routinely recognized for their contribution, and the company has made adjustments to the management structure over the past year to provide more opportunities for advancement. Diversified service lines offer many avenues for employees to advance their careers, if they show initiative and aptitude. Generally speaking, the company places a greater value on quality of work more than quantity of hours. Those who succeed are those who consistently take on challenges, exceed expectations, and ask for more. If you sit back and do your 40 hours per week and wait for a promotion to fall in your lap, well, you may be waiting a long time.
Being such a decentralized company, employee engagement is always a challenge. A 40-hour week is definitely not the norm, and you can get overwhelmed if you don't learn to say "no", which you are fully empowered to do. It comes down to each individual's personal work/life balance equation. Even though the company has expanded advancement opportunities, they are still relatively limited. Those who work in remote locations far from the corporate office have to work harder to be recognized for their efforts. Establishing good professional relationships within the company is critical to success, so if you don't possess good interpersonal relationship skills, you are at somewhat of a disadvantage.
Advice to Management
Continue efforts to improve remote employee engagement. There is still much to be done in this area.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 5+ months – interviewed at EBI Consulting in December 2014.
Very long process - applied October 15. Had a phone interview the end of November and subsequently was set up for an in person interview the end of December. Had a few more informal phone interviews and didn't hear from them for awhile. Was finally told I got the job 5 months after initially applying.
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