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Employees are “Very Satisfied” 98 ratings
100% of the CEO 69 ratings
Current Employee in Alexandria, VA
Pros: I could go on and on, but some of the main highlights are: the people, the laid-back culture, the flexibility (in both job and work schedule), the trust and mutual accountability, and most of all... the ability to truly change the world. The mission… – Full Review
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Alexandria, VA Feb 2012 – Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Interview Details – The HR recruiter got back to me quickly and asked for a writing sample. After I submitted the sample, we spoke on the phone and I was called in to HQ for a 1 on 1 and panel interview. The interview with the panel was a bit intimidating but all the people turned out to be very friendly and helpful… – Full Interview
Most difficult question was probably when they asked me to talk about specific companies I believed were undervalued or overvalued. After I rattled off P/E ratios and EV/EBITDA multiples, they asked… – Answer Question