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National Information Solutions Cooperative Overview

Lake Saint Louis, MO
1001 to 5000 employees
1966
Company - Private
Information Technology
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Unknown
National Information Solutions Cooperative (NISC) is a software development and technology cooperative that develops and supports software and hardware solutions for fellow utility and telecommunications cooperatives and companies (our Members/Owners) across North America. NISC ... Read more

Mission: To deliver information technology solutions and services that are Member and Customer focused, quality driven and value priced.

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    Pros

    Great work/life balance
    Small company feel

    Cons

    Lower than average pay
    Must fight for fair pay

    Advice to Management

    Increase pay

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National Information Solutions Cooperative Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at National Information Solutions Cooperative.

    Interview

    Human Resources person was 25 minutes late and yawned incessantly during interview.

    Met a person working in a department and she ripped other departments , stating they were immature and "bottom of barrel." She went on to state people sometimes call in from "excessive and extravagant weekends." Verbatim, no exaggeration. Not a good idea to tell potential candidates that type of information.

    HR person asked about a position for which I'd not even applied. He had the wrong position on his piece of paper, then corrected himself when I asked if he had the wrong person . Just an absolutely horrendous HR organization, from what I could see. Everyone makes mistakes, but the yawning , tardiness, and absolute disinterest was insulting. The hiring manager has never worked anywhere else, and likely doesn't know this behavior is inappropriate. I was made an offer but declined, based on what I observed.

    Lobby receptionist wasn't at all friendly, sat on phone during my wait discussing dresses, bakeries, and dining plans forupcoming weekend. Person called mother, kids, and then proceeded to file nails. In lobby.... another workwr was walking the lobby, beyond reception area, barefoot by stairway.. had no shoes or socks on..... I'd not seen that before, anywhere, walking barefoot in lobby area by stairwell. Really bizarre and unsanitary.

    I guess nisc lake St. Louis has people drinking a lot on weekends and allows their employees to tell others about the drinking. In my years, this was the most unprofessional , unorganized, interviewing experience I've ever had. These people should be ashamed of themselves yawning, belittling co workers, and being late to meet interviewees. This experience is not embellished. I sent this to the CEO of nisc. The male HR person with whom I dealt is absolutely clueless, as was the other person whom works at a nearby restaurant part time. I was happy to receive an offer, but declined.

    Interview Questions

    • Name a large failure. What do you enjoy outside of work.   Answer Question
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National Information Solutions Cooperative Awards & Accolades

  • Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT, ComputerWorld, 2013
  • Esri Partner Conference Award for Mobile Applicatio, ESRI, 2013
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