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Mission: MiTek is the industry leader in every market we serve worldwide. Inspired by our core values, we are a People First® company, with outrageously engaged employees delivering unrivaled software, products and services to our customers…giving them a recognized ...
In addition to one of the industry's most competitive retirement packages, MiTek provides a variety of health and wellness benefits, including fitness programs. Our company headquarters offers a free fitness center with yoga classes, aerobics classes and more. We even encourage “walking meetings” on our quarter-mile walking trail. It's all part of our focus on personal wellness.
Opportunities to Grow your Career
Because our people crave opportunities for career and personal growth, MiTek is happy to invest in their training and education. After all, it makes us a stronger company. From education assistance programs to a robust catalog of online courses, offered through our own Blue Tile University, MiTek is committed to the growth and development of our teammates.
MiTek's culture extends beyond our four walls to our surrounding communities. We've partnered with various charitable organizations including the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement, United Way and The Little Bit Foundation to help those they serve - and teammates can earn an extra day off each year for their volunteer efforts.
I have been working at MiTek Industries full-time (More than 8 years)
MiTek's focus on people brings a refreshing work-life balance that I had always desired, allowing me to not only work towards technical and professional, career-oriented goals but also to fulfill many meaningful personal goals.
Sure, there is always room for improvement but nothing that would prevent me from wanting to work here.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at MiTek Industries (Boston, MA) in December 2016.
I was contacted by email from the Regional Sales Manager. We set up a time for a phone call. When we had our first conversation he only had a limited amount of time to talk, basically he was following his watch. Thus, the first conversation was short. I was given an assignment with respect to the product, and the next time we talked I was going to be given a series of questions. On the second call, I was asked several questions about the product, some I knew, some I didn't. Again, the interview was rushed, timed and frankly, I felt a bit rude.
An interview works both ways; does the company want you, and do you want to work for them. This position would require relocation to another state, and based upon on the interview style, I would not have felt comfortable relocating to work for this company.