- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at The Reed Group full-time (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Executives are very down-to-earth, approachable, helpful and supportive. My absolute best experience working with an executive management team.
My manager is the best mentor I've had in years, always has an open door and strongly believes in keeping teams happy. Willing to do whatever it takes to protect and assist team members. No micro management whatsoever. Hires amazing people and gets out of their way to watch what they do best. Open to suggestions, new processes and technologies.
Very rare to have to work evenings, nights or weekends. No travel required, flexible telecommuting schedule with some people being able to work remotely 100% depending on their skill set and needs of the company. Management is always open to feedback about workload, schedules, team health, etc.
Salary and benefits are much better than some previous jobs I've held and/or interviewed for. Very competitive, and did not have to negotiate during the interview period.
I have seen other teams in the division who have their work driven by highly visible new client launches. Those groups seem to be stressed and overworked, however management is continually stepping in to help them and ask for suggestions/feedback on how to change and improve processes.
Advice to Management
Keep being approachable, supportive and amazing! No negative feedback to give here.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at The Reed Group.
I submitted my resume and cover letter online, then had a phone interview with the recruiter, took an online test, in person interview, drug test and background check, then I was offered the job and started about 3 weeks after I had initially submitted my information online.
- The typical silly questions like what's your biggest weakness, when was a time you failed in a work position and how did you handle that, etc. What are your salary requirements? What do you know about the company? Answer Question
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