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I have been working at RAND full-time (More than 5 years)
At RAND you are working with a select group of professionals, many are recognized as national experts in their field. If you are a military person this is very similar to being in a "selectively manned unit".
Each of us are responsible for finding and maintaining coverage throughout the year. This can be very stressful to new employees or very senior ones as they become more expensive.
Advice to Management
For new employees: Don't hire them unless you have an internal commitment to cover the new employee for the first year.
For senior employees: Maintain contact with them and help them with their career decisions.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at RAND (Washington, DC) in February 2017.
I first went through a screening interview, after having submitted a writing sample and cover letter. After that I had a full-day interview scheduled with 6 researchers. At that point, it was more so me pitching my self to them and seeing how I could support their efforts.