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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at EBSCO Publishing full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
EBSCO is a strong and growing company that promotes those who contribute ideas, who work hard and who are committed.
The company shares on Day 1 what its values and principles are for company and employee growth. Follow this road map, and you will be rewarded. Pretty simple! I've seen people (regardless of gender or age) with aptitude who demonstrate a desire to improve the company be recognized, given more opportunity, and promoted. I have never felt that an idea or suggestion for improvement was not fairly considered, and more often than not I've been asked/empowered to see that it gets implemented. I find that very satisfying, and it's the basis for a great relationship with the company.
I like that EBSCO supports environmental efforts, is located in a pretty town on the North Shore, and offers good benefits including profit sharing, which get better the longer you work here. Other benefits include management training, a very good (subsidized) employee cafeteria, a large gym, use of EBSCO products, and great coworkers.
I wish I had started working here sooner.Cons
Working in an environment with continual growth and change isn't always easy. That said, if you're flexible and willing to learn, adapt and take on new challenges, you can really succeed here.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at EBSCO Publishing.Interview Details
Initial phone interview and then a basic onsite interview. First I had to respond to a mock customer service situation on the computer and then met with 2 managers. Normal questions, One manager seemed intrigued and another seemed like they wanted to do anything but the interview. Overall I thought is was a decent interview.Interview Questions
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- The toughest part of the interview was the mock customer service situation. Answer Question
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