- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at The CBORD Group full-timePros
-- Most positions are living-wage.
-- Will hire people without degrees, even if the Job Requirements may demand so. The company values job experience.
-- Growing company with many possibilities for advancement.
-- Many positions allow for frequent travel, should you wish to do so.
-- Genuine effort is made to provide good benefits (though it could be better).
-- Growth and Job experience is second to none. A job here will put you in position to advance in the company or seek advance employment elsewhere.
-- Reasonable office hours.
-- Main office is located in a business park which has an adjacent pond. Walks around the business park campus can be de-stressing.Cons
-- Office politics can adversely affect evaluations.
-- Company was once privately owned. Since acquisition by a larger public corporation, the company is slowly losing some of it's once-excellent culture.
-- Company has cut back on opportunities to work from home or remotely (especially in support positions). The quest to increase productivity unfortunately hurts morale.
-- Base pay is below that of similar companies with comparable positions.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Find ways to increase efficiency and productivity without wiping out, or dramatically reducing, the things that can make a company fun to work for.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at The CBORD Group in May 2012.Interview Details
I was referred for the position by a professor of HR. I was contacted after the HR director received the referral to set up an interview the following day. The interview took place the following week and I received notification that the position went to someone else a week after that. It was a straight forward interview. I was asked to elaborate my experiences detailed on my resume. It was my first real, interview experience with a hiring manager and I may have been nervous. I am not sure what she was looking for but maybe the other candidate simply had more to offer. But nevertheless, the interview questions were simple and straightforward.Interview Questions
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The CBORD Group's goal is to ensure you're identified, housed, and well-fed. The company makes food service management software, as well as college campus cashless dining, housing management, and student ID card systems. CBORD's more than 6,000 customers include many major colleges and universities, but the company also serves other types of businesses such as hospitals, retirement homes, restaurants, and grocery stores. It distributes its software to countries around the globe, including the US, Canada, Australia, and South Africa, as well as several European and Middle...