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Employees rate Baton Rouge 2.1% lower than the overall average
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I have been working at Electronic Arts full-time (More than a year)
Lot of learning opportunities, get to work in the gaming industry.
No benefits for Contracters, required Furlough.
Advice to Management
Figure out a way to offer some benefits so you don't have to retrain people constantly.
I applied through other source. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Electronic Arts (Baton Rouge, LA) in March 2011.
I answered an ad in the newspaper, by mailing my resume. I recieved a phone call, a sort of preliminary interview...to discuss the job and the pay. The actual interview was in a group setting, it was actually quite entertaining. EA is not a difficult company to get on with if you are beta testing or handling quality assurance, however they only hire through a staffing agency and only offer one year contracts.
Very laid back, the job is a take it or leave it, no negotiation on wage or benefits, etc.