I worked at McCormick Taylor full-time
Awesome people, great reputation, unbeatable benefits
Billable and non-billable staff not always on the same page, burden ends up on PM's shoulders. Trickle down effect on younger staff in that PMs have no time to mentor or provide adequate career development guidance.
Advice to Management
Overhead out of control - need to adjust billable requirements to lessen unnecessary pressure on your PMs.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at McCormick Taylor (Baltimore, MD).
I too had a bad experience after the interview. Went through the interview process, met with all the people in the department Id potentially work with, given the whole spiel about the company and its benefits they offer. Told I did well in the interview and that I would receive word back later next week, about 6 days later. After not hearing any word back I reached out with an email to the recruiter and the interviewer with a follow-up and never heard back from them, now over 3 weeks later. The fact that you can give an interview which is extremely stressful for most and can’t give them the common courtesy of replying with an offer or even a rejection letter is just rude and can’t believe companies actually do this. Helps you realize that if they can do this do you it’s probably not the best company to work for.
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