- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Intergraph PP&M truly is an amazing place to work. Intergraph is filled with great employees that are genuinely passionate about what they do. Intergraph PP&M HR Team is the best, they have a true concern for the employee and are always available to provide support. The Intergraph culture encourages idea sharing, teamwork and collaboration. Casual/laid-back, open work environment. There is a brand new facility in Huntsville that has Ping Pong Tables, a Pool Table, Foosball Table, Gaming Center and an onsite barista. Excellent benefits are offered to employees including an onsite fitness center that is free to all employees and their families, there are various types of classes offered throughout the day/evening. Work/Life Balance is supported at Intergraph, including the option to work from home.
Be prepared to work in an "open work environment". You are easily able to connect with your team members to brainstorm and problem-solve. The new building in Huntsville has great huddle rooms when you need some privacy.
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work! Continue bringing in top talent to add to our amazing workforce.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied in-person – interviewed at Intergraph.
Panel of 8 people. Asked about a dozen questions about experience and what I thought I could bring to the company. Asked what I knew about the company and the position I was applying for with the company. The panel was the top leaders in the company at the site I applied to work
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