They paid reasonably and were very professional. Our workflows were excellent and the timelines for the project were also very good. Management trusted us to get our jobs done and allowed a lot of personal independence while doing so.
Wearing uniform shirts was unpleasant in the context of working in an academic library. Some of the technology could have been designed better to assist with our project and to integrate employee reported results with the actual results recorded by the (different) program used to do the work. They should have structured the project such that full employee incentives were always available.
I applied online. I interviewed at Backstage Library Works (Bethlehem, PA).
Began with a "general knowledge test" (basic problem solving, math, writing skills), a cataloguing test (which gave instructions as to what how to catalog two sample books), and a typing test.
Passing these got you the face-to-face interview afterwards.
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