Small company, so you're able to form close relationships with some of the people who worked there... Kind of like going through boot camp - you form bonds with the people who are enduring the same things you are. If you have any intelligence, you will be in the top tier of performers so the job is really easy.
Serious lack of resources. Management often pits you against each other. Company owner is very smart, but very eccentric. That just frustrates you because you see potential but then things fail for the dumbest reasons. Really bad pay and zero efforts to retain anyone worth keeping
Advice to Management
Don't be so cheap. If you want to make precision instruments, you don't equip your people with rusty knives, old shoe strings, and a chain saw.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Diamond Systems in February 2014.
Applied online and had a brief phone interview with HR a week after, went to on-site interview a day later. Met with HR to discuss my previous work experience and job duties. HR brought me around to the offices of the people who the position may report to. The other interviewers didn't seem to respect the HR much by saying they were too busy and would not talk for long, also they were unprepared and told me that they didn't read my resume ahead of the time. All questions were pretty standard.
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