I have been working at EORM part-time (less than a year)
The environment was very laid back and the work was simple. All of my co workers were affable and the manager allowed music to be played in the background which was nice.
Not very challenging work but its what I signed up for so no surprise there. There also wasn't enough incentive to work efficiently.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at EORM (Aliso Viejo, CA) in December 2014.
A long phone interview proceeded by a one hour face to face interview in which the evaluator has an existing subhordinate sit in the interview, asking me questions, me being his potential future equal. The interviewer explained to me that this gesture was extended to my possible future equal to demonstrate company thanks and appreciation yet to me, it seemed to demonstrate a strange unprofessional relationship that while beneficial to the subhordinate, clearly conflicts with behavior that better serves the company's best interests.
- What would I do in a hypothetical situation involving a discussion with a potential customer, specifically, what would I do if pitching a prospective client requested I provide an existing client by name, what would be my reply. It worth noting, I was offered no biographical information regarding existing company policies or hypothetical prospective client background information. 1 Answer
EORM (Environmental & Occupational Risk Management, Inc.) provides a comprehensive range of strategic, management and technical consulting solutions – assessment, compliance, risk management, reporting, training, communication and more – partnering with clients to achieve their Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability short-term needs and long-term goals...
Mission: At EORM we make a positive impact on the world every day.
We do this by....
*Enabling companies to be socially and globally responsible