Mission: At EORM we make a positive impact on the world every day.
We do this by....
*Enabling companies to be socially and globally responsible
*Preserving the environment
*Building long term sustainable solutions
I have been working at EORM full-time (More than 3 years)
Professional development is supported and promoted throughout the business. The business provides internal training, shadowing, and mentoring, but also supports external training and development opportunities. Employees receive bonuses for obtaining professional certifications, presenting at conferences, teaching EHS classes, or publishing a scholarly article. There is also a tuition reimbursement program for employees who wish to further their education.
Another positive is the company leadership. They genuinely care about their employees and want to ensure that EORM\BSI is a great place to work. They are continuously looking for ways to improve and are open to feedback from employees.
It is a fast-paced environment and would not be a good fit for someone looking for an environment where they can work at a leisurely pace.
The experience can slightly vary depending on the location you work in.
Advice to Management
As the company continues to grow it will be important to continue to show your care for employees and to keep the positive atmosphere that EORM employees are accustomed to. Work to find ways to adjust to the growth and changes without sacrificing the amazing company culture of EORM.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at EORM (Aliso Viejo, CA) in December 2014.
A long phone interview proceeded by a one hour face to face interview in which the evaluator has an existing subhordinate sit in the interview, asking me questions, me being his potential future equal. The interviewer explained to me that this gesture was extended to my possible future equal to demonstrate company thanks and appreciation yet to me, it seemed to demonstrate a strange unprofessional relationship that while beneficial to the subhordinate, clearly conflicts with behavior that better serves the company's best interests.