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. I interviewed at McCormick Taylor.
I was also ghosted by McCormick Taylor after a very non-traditional interview and promising follow up email. First, there's a phone screen. Then, there's an in-person interview that may or may not be misleading. For me, I felt a strong connection to the corporation and I really was excited because I felt like I was a great fit for the company/role. But even if you think it went well, you will never know because they don't send a rejection letter which is extremely disappointing. (I read previous reviews and thought people were just upset, but nope, this company just really leaves you hanging)
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