- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Management are very much involved in every aspect of the business with a team approach to all projects or any issues that crop up.
Good support when it comes to external training and classes that will improve my abilities and add to my performance on the job
Very people oriented company that pays you for your performance, no matter what department you are in..the company performs well as everyone is compensented accordingly.
A company that is focused on the well being of the employees and encourages healthy eating, living and working environments
Some extra long hours on projects,however we typically never go over our project budget expectations and managment compensates us for this
Clients have unrealistic expectations, built by the extreme focus on customer satisfaction, this can be dialed back a bit
Advice to Management
There is a difference between going above and beyond to satisfy a customer and being taken advantage of in some instances.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at EBSL Technologies Int (Fort Lauderdale, FL) in February 2008.
Phone screen from the HR manager had a few questions about OS, Networking & Sys Mgmt. Then questions about my career goals and why I would work for a smaller firm.Mainly it was an interview t oget to know me it seemed.
2nd Interview came about 10 days after the screen and was with a panel (HR Manager, Director IT and Admin Director) . The interview started with customer service and operations settings and responses and then went mainly technical with a practical exercise from the Director IT and the entire interview lasted about 4 hours in all.
The final was 1:1 lunch with Director IT about one week later with the offer. Process took about 3 weeks .
- A customer calls and complains that one of her servers gets knocked offline for 20 minutes every evening at 6 pm for no reason. Trouble shooting and testing during regular hours shows no issue. How would you resolve this? 1 Answer
Negotiating was minimal as the company's believes in "pay for play" I was told the base range going into the 2nd interview.
They offer a generous profit sharing plan, which adds an extra year end bonus if revenues exceeded expectations. I had the option of the use of a company vehicle for any field work or mileage reimbursement for my own car.
Of note is the fact that the Director of ITServices was not impressed by my certifications and challenged me by asking for several demonstrations of the skills the certification represented in a variety of sceanarios and lab exercises. So if you are going to play up certs please be able to demonstrate the practical expertize that got you the certs.
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