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- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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It was a very friendly and welcoming atmosphere. I never hesitated to ask for help and the other interns felt the same. It was also very informative even though I was a finance major they taught me the engineering side as well so I could fully grasp the business.
It was a very old school type of company. Many of the employees were over 40 and have been there forever. Not alot of room to move up but lots of opportunity to move horizontally. Definitely favoritism at times.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at PSEG (Newark, NJ) in May 2015.
I applied online. They called me in one week to schedule phone interview. This was a technical round. But questions were about general experience. Within a week I was called for a face to face interview. It was a 3 member panel. And they asked behavioural questions which should be answered in TASK format. To know what questions to prepare for goto PSEGs website and they have few sample questions. Followed by simple technical questions. The very next week they scheduled the face to face leadership interview. This was about my career goals and questions like what motivates me to work and what demotivates me etc
- behavioral questions. and technical Answer Question
I was not able to negotiate. The numbers you mention in your initial online application count. So select the range as your highest.
In the Garden State, Public Service Enterprise Group's (PSEG) diversified business model has it smelling like a rose. Regulated subsidiary Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) transmits and distributes electricity to 2.2 million customers and natural gas to 1.8 million customers in New Jersey. Nonregulated subsidiary PSEG Power operates PSEG's generating plants. PSEG Power's 13,500-MW generating capacity comes mostly from nuclear and fossil-fueled plants in the US Northeast. Other operations (under PSEG Energy Holdings) include energy infrastructure investments, solar...