I have been working at EBI Consulting full-time (More than 10 years)
Considered an industry leader. At EBI you are afforded the opportunity to get involved and make a difference. Ability to learn, grow, develop and expand in your career long term. Some new additions to the senior management /leadership team over the past year has been a very good addition as well.
With a lot of employees being remote, and on different time zones, communications can sometimes be a challenge. But this is probably the same in other companies & industries.
Advice to Management
Stay the course, and continue to communicate, as you started to do even more of this past year. Increase communications. Beneficial to hear more about company vision and plans, and how that relates to us all.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at EBI Consulting (Burlington, MA).
Obtained interview via recruiter at career fair. Took around 2 weeks to set up an interview at the Burlington, MA office. After waiting around 15 minutes after our scheduled interview, the Executive Vice President, Real Estate Operations decided to show up and meet. Appeared he didn't review my resume and background as he was reading through and had some questions on how I would "fit in" to what they are looking for at EBI within the first 5 minutes of the interview. He proceeded to grab someone working in the telecommuncations group to see if I would fit in with them. After waiting another 15 minutes the Exec. VP comes back without the telecom manager. He them proceeds to ask me some irrational and almost illegal questions. Would have turned them down even if they decided on selecting me for another position within the company.
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