I have been working at CIT full-time
CIT is flexible and laid back. Allows employees to have a voice and be heard
There could be a little more value placed on the employee
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at CIT (New York, NY).
Selected for on-campus interview. Two-back-to-back interviews. Guys did not know how to keep a conversation going, super awkward. Got selected for an onsite interview. I could not attend it because I would be on east coast so they told me to come to their New Jersey office on the same day or I would be disqualified. Two more interviews with very mediocre individuals. Not prepared at all. Asked some really stupid questions like "who would you want to eat lunch with and why?". I killed it and then got a follow up email from recruiter asking me to fill out a ton of different forms. I really did not understand why I needed to do this after going 6 hours out of my way for the interview. Ended up getting rejected. They didn't offer to compensate anything until I literally explained I had paid 200$ getting to their NJ office. Still have not been compensated. Really unprofessional. Also, the head quarters is super run down. Individuals were very average.