I have been working at Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) full-time (More than 10 years)
Really wish the person who felt that some ethical or personnel issue has been swept under the rug would talk to someone in Legal or HR Management or your management chain about the issue. There are folks in each of those groups who are well trusted, will listen without judgment, and who believe strongly in EPRI's stated values of non-retaliation. There are leaders in EPRI who really care about its people and you have co-workers who can point you to those people if you don't know who they are. EPRI has some leaders who can be trusted to evaluate situations compassionately and honestly, and who would be professional and just in their handling of a situation. Please seek out those folks. It must be so uncomfortable for you to have the concerns that you expressed, yet still be noble enough to come to work every day and do your job.
Concerned that a co-worker could feel that EPRI would sweep an ethical issue under the rug.
I applied through college or university. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) (Charlotte, NC) in December 2016.
I had multiple interviews. Started with someone in HR, then Director of Sourcing and then five rounds of in person interviews. Everyone was very nice throughout the process. Some asked harder questions than others.
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