I have been working at Middlebury Interactive Languages full-time (More than 3 years)
We have great flexibility, everyone is accessible, vibe is informal, yet people work hard. Benefits are decent, especially 401K and PTO. Office is bright and open. Relatively little bureaucracy.
Communication could always be better. Some people have left due to pending ownership change. Need more lunch options locally, slim pickings on Exchange St. IT support could be better.
Advice to Management
Don't lose the core of what MIL is in the future. You have some great people, find a way to keep them. Communicate more often. Have more office wide events.
The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Middlebury Interactive Languages (Middlebury, VT) in April 2015.
The first round interview process was very casual and friendly. I was surprised to be interviewed by the CEO of the company and proceeded to talk about personal interests and how it can connect to this job. The first round interview was more of a conversation rather than a standard interview. The interview took place on my college campus; perhaps this was not one of the ordinary interview settings.
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