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Columbia, MD
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Public (GPX)
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
IBM, Accenture, Raytheon
GP Strategies Corporation (formerly General Physics Corporation) is a global performance improvement provider of sales and technical training, E-learning solutions, management consulting and engineering services headquartered in Columbia, Maryland. The firm has been ranked ... Read more

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GP Strategies CEO and Director Scott N. Greenberg
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  • "Great place to work with a team atmosphere"

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    Current Employee - Vice President Business Development in Troy, MI
    Current Employee - Vice President Business Development in Troy, MI
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    I have been working at GP Strategies full-time (More than a year)


    TTI is a growing company with a solid foundation focused on success and team building.


    None, great company to build your career

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the good work believe in your workers and continue to support the teams

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GP Strategies Interviews



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    Multimedia Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dallas, TX
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at GP Strategies (Dallas, TX) in April 2016.


    This interview was for a multimedia role supporting a training effort at Texas Instruments. I was contacted by a HR specialist at GP Strategies for an initial phone screen. I then spoke to another GP HR/Talent manager over the phone a few days later who asked more detailed questions based off of the job posting. Shortly after that, I was sent an email request for an in-person interview at TI. With a company like TI, one would expect a certain level of professionalism over let's say a start-up that just crawled out of the garage. Unfortunately, that was not the case. The GP rep conducted the interview in the most stale, pretentious, and pointless way possible. Most good interviews are handled like an intelligent conversation and less like a sorority initiation. For extra fun, the panel was flanked with TI engineers who could have provided real insight into the role and its expectations. Instead, when they weren't nitpicking over the semantics of my responses, they just sat there like two sacks of sawdust, watching the show. There should have been a concession stand in the lobby (where the interview was actually held) so they could have purchased popcorn. I write this review not so much to vent over one experience, but to hopefully point out red flags that I am seeing all to often these days during the interview process. If a company pulls you into a P2P interview and turns the interview into anything other than a discussion about a specific job and it's requirements, proceed with caution. While respect may have to be earned, civility is just a common courtesy. If you aren't treated with as much when first walking in the door, it's not worth your time. My conclusion was that GP Strategies and its "talent specialists" have no better clue how to hire for quality professionals than Walmart does. And to the devil with TI. Whatever genius used to float through their facilities has apparently evaporated, as evidenced by the "Homer Simpson" version of an engineer on the interview panel.

    Interview Questions

    • My favorite was when "Homer the Engineer" asked me: "So, who pushed the button on a video camera when capturing a training workshop?"   1 Answer
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GP Strategies Awards & Accolades

  • Top 500 Design Firm, Engineering News-Record, 2015
  • Top 20 Content Development Company, Training Industry, 2015
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