I worked at Mitchell Martin full-time (Less than a year)
Mitchell Martin is very good about setting goals and expectations of employees. Every colleague I interacted with seemed to understand exactly what their role was driving towards. This becomes challenging as an organization gets larger. I also appreciated that MMI invests heavily in "innovation" which may sound like marketing BS but they recognize to be cutting edge and organization must look for what is going to disrupt them. That is a big differentiator for MMI
The healthcare plan was a little weaker than I had expected but I think that is more of a sign of the times than a specific critique about MMI. MMI serves as employer of record for a few companies and in some cases they do not operate in the way that MMI does.
Advice to Management
Pay close attention to "employer of record" relationships as they may not be aligned as well with MMI as they should be. Important for these organizations to have autonomy but also must be kept under watchful eye.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Mitchell Martin (Charlotte, NC) in May 2017.
Applied for the position, was sent an email from the recruiter with a very long introduction and job description. Several words and phrases were used in all caps which was not professional. A phone interview was scheduled at the recruiter's preferred date and time. After moving my work schedule around to accommodate this recruiter's preferred time to interview, I was notified five minutes before the scheduled interview that she is cancelling. After several days of "back-and-forth" I'm notified by email the position was filled. The same position was posted a few days later.