Good salary; casual, sociable work environment - made lots of good friends there. Diversity of projects. Most of the department heads were good people to work for.
Management never learned from any mistakes, and they never put people in positions to succeed; but rather repeatedly put people in the wrong roles, and didn't give the right people opportunities.
Advice to Management
The leadership at Maguire group is really no longer - now that Metric in Miami bought Maguire. As far as the leadership at Metric - try learning a few things about the actual business that Maguire operates (A/E), and the region they operate in. Oh, and another big one - the more you nickel and dime your employees and tighten the grip, the more they are apt to get frustrated and "take." On the other hand, the more you treat employees with respect and the more leeway you give them, the more you will get out of them, because they want to "give" back to the company. Hence you grow and become successful Groundbreaking stuff here.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Maguire Group (Boston, MA) in March 2014.
One interview. Pretty comprehensive. no difficult question, if you know what you are interviewing for. Know your field in detail and you will be ok. Important to know the industry and mention clients and former projects
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