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What a fun-filled day for Cobec yesterday! The day started with our staff meeting, where we highlighted important company updates, congratulated new employees, and awarded five year work-anniversary and spot awards. After the staff meeting, we had a wonderful celebration for Tom Dauber…and to top it all off, we attended the last home Washington Nationals game of the season, decked out in our new Cobec T-shirts! #whenworkworks #cobecconsulting #washingtonnationals #celebration
In 2007, the founders of Cobec set out to create the kind of management consulting company where people want to work. A business powered by smart, diverse people who are passionate about doing meaningful, quality work. A work place valuing the well-being of employees and allowing tremendous trust in those people to negotiate work and non-work obligations. A culture with a level of freedom in communication, open accessibility to leadership, and a personal autonomy and responsibility empowering confident employees.
The culture that exists at Cobec and the talented people that drive it, have powered the smart and continued growth of our employees, business, and clients. We are successful because of our people, and we make choices to support them.
Cobec Consulting was named as one of the 50 great places to work in the DC metro area by the Washingtonian Magazine.
Cobec is truly proud of our team’s accomplishments! This award means a lot to many of the people that have worked tirelessly over the years at Cobec. More great things to come in 2017! What a great start to this 10 year anniversary!!
Cobec Consulting was named a When Work Works Award Winner by the Society for Human Resource Management.
Cobec is humbled by our team’s accomplishment! The When Work Works Award Winners of 2017 are from 44 different states and the District of Columbia. They represent a variety of industries ranging from technology to manufacturing to finance to health care. And all are proving that effective and flexible workplace practices can work in organizations of all sizes.
Our employees are our most important asset at Cobec Consulting, and we like to treat them as such. We’ve developed an impressive benefits package that shows how much we value the talent and commitment of our team.
Recognizing that everyone needs to time to recharge their battery, we offer an impressive combined six weeks of personal, sick, and holiday paid time off (PTO).
Cobec is committed to making a significant contribution towards each employee’s retirement objective. Our retirement plan consists of 401(k) with Cobec matching and Employer Discretionary Contributions.
The insurance options include medical, dental, group life and AD&D, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability.
We offer pre-tax benefits on health care, child care, and transit and parking expenses.
In addition to all the benefits described above, we also provide a smartphone, employee referral bonus, charitable matching program, professional association membership, and tuition reimbursement program.
I have been working at Cobec Consulting full-time (Less than a year)
The work culture at Cobec is very unique and close knit. Employees all support each other as a team because they understand that one person's achievements means a success for everyone. The employees at Cobec love to have fun and management genuinely wants each person to enjoy what they do. There are extremely open channels of communication between upper management and employees, making management very aware of everyone's needs.
None! Cobec is an amazing company to work for.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Cobec Consulting (Washington, DC) in August 2016.
Two sets of interviews. One- group phone interview. Two- in-person one-on-one interview. See below for types of interview questions. Then an offer. Slight negotiations during the offer process. After the acceptance of the offer, there was additional time prior to onboarding to do a background check. The background check took the longest- it's a Public Trust US government background check.