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I worked at Houston Metro full-time (More than 8 years)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Paycheck never bounced. Free bus pass.
Cubicles. Copiers prone to breakdown. Upper level of middle management are political appointees as a rule and have little to know knowledge of transit industry.
Advice to Management
Too top-heavy. Try to have 8 employees for each supervisor and not the other way around. BTW, is George G. Still there? Check that fact, please.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Houston Metro (Houston, TX) in June 2015.
Applied one month ago received a call late around 5-6 pm asking if I could come in for testing , testing was reading and language around 6-7th grade level , once passed they give you a interview date and time , interview was with 3 managers or supervisors , each asking their own questions , what would you do in this and that situation , past job experiences , where do you see yourself 15 yr with metro , ect .... Then you open and fold a stool chair, after your read a paragraph about a man working for metro n his wife n kids n u have to remover key detail events about the paragraph n they your around 8 questions n just wait for a call back to see if you are hired , if not they said you would receive a letter of decline (still waiting on my call or letter) did not decline just waiting on offer , glass door gave me no other option
- What would you do if the door was not opening during peak traffic hours 1 Answer
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The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas (known as METRO in its hometown) provides bus transportation services for passengers in Houston and surrounding Harris County communities. The agency's fleet includes more than 1,200 buses (including hybrids). METRO also provides transportation for people with disabilities (METROLift) who are unable to ride buses and oversees high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes, transit centers, and park-and-ride lots. As an alternative to Houston's car-clogged streets, METRORail's 7.5-mile light rail system connects ...