- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Hatch full-time (More than 10 years)
Great projects, teams, technical excellence, possibility to travel, overseas assignments, client and result driven, good motto "do your homework"
Long hours, work-life balance can be difficult, business sensitive to economy (but which one is not!)
Get this page going by posting a photo. It only takes a second, and your photos are anonymous.Share a Photo
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Hatch (Montreal, QC (Canada)) in June 2010.
I submitted my CV to Hatch through someone I knew who was employed by Hatch. I was called in for an interview not long after. The first part of my interview consisted of sitting with my department head and another person who had the same job title as the position I was applying for. The discipline head asked me if I had a portfolio, but did not seem to be bothered when I said I didn't. They basically looked at my CV and said that I seemed to have all the skills needed. There were no technical questions. The second part of the interview was with an HR representative who asked me human resource types of questions such as "have you ever been in a position where you had to take leadership of a project or task because your leader was no longer capable", or "what are your best/worst qualities", etc. The first part of the interview was conducted in English, the second part in French. We then discussed salary expectatons and vacation time. I left the interview with the impression that I had the job, 100%.
I didn't hear from Hatch for almost two months after my interview. After two weeks, I assumed that I would not be hearing from them again. Weeks later, I received an offer via email, which I accepted, with no negotations.