I worked at National Electrical Benefit Fund full-time (More than a year)
good pay, you can do whatever you want as long as the "click" likes you, or you are friends with one of the managers.
Very immature environment, and company. If you weren't included in the "click" then you had to follow the rules, otherwise you could do whatever you wanted. It made for a very stressful day. People would clock each other in and out, leave while on the clock to run personal errands, take time off, when they didn't have any... but only if they where in this click. very, very unprofessional office.
Advice to Management
management needs to go. The manager is friends with this click in the office and it is only going to get worse. she is going to either run off, or fire all the good workers. My advice to the owner is to get rid of both managers, and bring in new management.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at National Electrical Benefit Fund (Rockville, MD) in June 2015.
Process was simple. Asked you questions about resume and experience. Fairly easy to get through. They were looking to complete a project within a few months. You just needed to have great attention to detail, complete tasks quickly and type well and fast. They asked about my typing skills and to describe a time I had a difficult situation, what did I do to resolve the situation?
There wasn't too much of a negotiation. Just that, would you be able to help complete various tasks within the next few months.
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