I have been working at GATX full-time
As a salaried employee, I get 15 days paid time off in addition to 8 recognized holidays and 2 floating holidays each year.
There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer in the community.
They have an amazing benefits package!
Great work-life balance so I can enjoy my time outside the office.
Due to a current cyclical downturn, the company needs to be tight on their budget.
Since the company has been around for 118 years, they tend stick with methods that have been working for them for years--as opposed to adopting new technologies.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at GATX (Chicago, IL) in August 2017.
It was 6 hours with 6 people. Well planned. I have lot of experience as EA. However, they seemed to be looking on exact skills in the person I was replacing. This person worked there for 30 years..did not seem to have any " current" skills.
They were obsessed on Business analysis skills which in my opinion is just part of EA repertoire.
The feedback they provided was not detailed. That is the least they owe me for taking a day off
"The quality of an organization can never exceed the quality of the minds that make it up." -Dwight Eisenhower GATX is passionate about Quality! Our Quality Team traveled from all over North America to attend our Quality Summit at Corporate HQ. Did we mention we're hiring? Check us out at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQcJu #lovewhereyouwork
Did you know that 20% of the world's drinkable water comes from the Great Lakes? Today GATX volunteers (partnering with our good friends from the Shedd Aquarium) collected over 30lbs of trash and pulled nearly 50lbs of invasive plants from the Lake Michigan shoreline. We're hiring- check us out! (http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQcpv) #lovewhereyouwork
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