Learning Tree

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    Great place to work, relaxed environment, really nice people!

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    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Proofreader in Reston, VA
    Current Employee - Proofreader in Reston, VA

    I have been working at Learning Tree as a contractor (less than an year)

    Pros

    This is a great company to work for. I'm a part-time temp, having been here for 4 months, and I've found the people to be friendly and welcoming, the environment relaxed, and employee comfort to be of importance. The management is open, the employees are helpful. and the fact that the owner comes in everyday is so cool. I'm sure he could hire somebody to do his job, but he obviously cares about his company, and not just the bottom line.

    Cons

    The only cons are limited bathrooms.

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    Keep making people feel like their efforts are appreciated and make sure that those efforts are not only appreciated but rewarded.

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Learning Tree Interviews

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    Product Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Learning Tree.

    Interview Details

    I had a great conversation with the recruiter. We talked about the responsibilities of the position and how they related to my background. She was very conversational, professional, and enthusiastic. She felt we were a very good match and within a few days, she scheduled me for an in-person interview.

    Interview Questions
    • The interviewer didn't ask me any questions. He started the interview with "So, what questions do you have for me?" At first I thought this was genius because I had done my homework about the industry, the company, the products, and the current competitive environment. I asked questions in all of those areas. After each answer, he repeated, "What other questions do you have for me?" I felt like I might be on candid camera, but I played along. After 30 minutes of asking him questions, he said the interview was over. I was very confused until I asked for his business card. He said he had none and made no effort to provide me with his contact information. He just looked at me. That's when I realized this was no interview at all; he was just wasting my time. I would have preferred to discuss my qualifications in terms of the position and have some kind of a professional, meaningful conversation. Instead, I only felt disrespected as I made the commute down the Dulles toll-road in my perfectly pressed suit and fresh haircut. The experience was so surreal, I felt he had to be laughing with his friends about how badly he messed with me. It was bizarre. I guess we both got a story out of it.   Answer Question
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Website www.learningtree.com
Headquarters Reston, VA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1974
Type Company - Public (LTRE)
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

This tree of knowledge won't trick you into eating evil apples, it will, however, further your knowledge of information. Information technology, that is. The Learning Tree offers more than 200 courses, including professional certification programs, to IT managers in corporations and government agencies. The bulk of the company's course library focuses on information technology topics such as Web development, programming languages, network security, and operating systems. Learning Tree has a growing list of management training offerings as well with courses in business... More

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