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Integreon Overview

New York, NY
1001 to 5000 employees
1998
Company - Private
Accounting & Legal
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Unknown

Integreon Reviews

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    I worked at Integreon full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    The people are very knowlegable.

    Cons

    It's a high stress environment.

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Integreon Photos

Integreon photo of: Week-long celebration of World Environment Day, associates participated in a tree planting event.
Integreon photo of: Integreon's Fargo office
Integreon photo of: Bob Gogel visiting the Shelter of Love in Mumbai where we have donated 15 desktop machines.
Integreon photo of: Integreon Friendship Day
Integreon photo of: Manila SMILE Volunteers planted 625 wildlings in yesterday's reforestation activity.
Integreon photo of: Associates from the New York office volunteering with Saint Luke's Soup Kitchen
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Integreon Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Integreon.

    Interview

    Process began professionally. Phone interviews with executives and sales. In-Person followed with assurances I had the qualifications they were looking for and then... crickets. When I'd call to follow up, there were more assurances that they'd get back with information on placement and timeline. Promises to meet again in person with an added "if you don't hear back soon, it doesn't mean you're not being considered. It just takes time to negotiate placements with our clients" and then dead silence. It wasn't a waste of time though because I used to think I really wanted to work for Integreon and now I know that's the last place I'd want to work. Also, the facility in North Austin was depressing. One open area of attorneys all lined up in rows and faces void of all emotion. I remember having second thoughts about working there and thinking to myself that the image was not consistent with the smiling images online. Where were THOSE happy people?! Probably waiting on a call back following the interview...

    I'm not sure what message they were trying to send by telling me about their clients and how much they needed people like me, only to drop me cold - Integreon, get some integrity.

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