I have been working at Mitchell International full-time (More than 3 years)
The ability to grow within the company
none so far. Everything has been good
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Mitchell International (San Diego, CA) in March 2017.
As of February 15, 2017 - This company announced in the Wall Street Journal that it is "exploring" a sale. This will be the third sale of the company since 2007.
Very standard process of incremental screens. Phone screens from HR lead to Skype calls with department leadership, HR Screen, co-workers (one was actually a subcontractor I later discovered). Everything lead to an offer, which was verbally presented to me by the HR Representative. The benefits were acceptable, but not great. For example, 401k matching is rather weak - .50/1.00 up to 6% vested at 25% per year. Healthcare benefits were pretty standard. The apparent company policy is that candidates must fully disclose and PROVE income (starting and ending) at every job listed on your resume. They asked for the offer letter from my current employer, most recent paycheck, 1099's from my freelance work etc. All this without presenting their offer in writing. Totally unprofessional, good bye.
In summary. Be very cautious with this company. They expect hires to provide proof of income for all jobs listed start and finish. And they are up for sale for the fourth time since 2000.
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