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I have been working at MilwaukeeJobs.com full-time (More than 3 years)
Employees are appreciated and hard work never goes unnoticed. The upper management of the company personally sit down with everyone on a regular basis to get feedback on how the company is doing and how it can get better. They listen and act on what you tell them. I've worked at large companies and it's way too easy to get lost, but MilwaukeeJobs.com has the feel of a close community. I get to work with brilliant people every day who work extremely hard and are always there to help. This includes everyone in leadership positions, from the very top on down. So many things to love, and it's great looking forward to coming to work. My top pros: 1. Casual work environment 2. Summer hours were fantastic and gave me more time to spend with my family 3. Meet and collaborate every month with cross-funtional teams to discuss ways to make improvements 4. Free parking, which sounds minor, but I've worked at other companies in downtown Milwaukee and this is not typical 5. Get to work on amazing projects with amazing people 6. Open, transparent leadership team from the top on down 7. MilwaukeeJobs.com encourages community volunteerism 8. Plenty of growth opportunities, training and chances to get promoted 9. All the happy hours, fun activies, boat cruises 10. Rewarded for working hard with bonuses and gifts
Would like to see more diversity. Other than that there is really nothing to complain about.
Advice to Management
Need to change the site to work better on mobile devices. There are so many people now looking for jobs on their phones and we need to spend more time on this.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (2)No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at MilwaukeeJobs.com in June 2015.
HR Rep called to schedule a phone screening. She asked basic interview questions but was rude. At one point, I told the representative I was used to commuting to and from the Milwaukee area and her response was "I bet you don't know how to drive in rush hour traffic." Then, she proceeded to question me three different times about why I left my last job after I gave a solid and truthful answer. It was an uncomfortable interview from the second it began and I was immediately turned off once she started injecting her inappropriate opinions.
- You left your last job due to being put on 3rd shift? Did you ask them to move you to 1st shift or did you not even ask? Answer Question
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