Good benefits, good pay, Keurig machines (awesome!) filtered water, vending machines, potlucks, holiday celebrations, etc.
Boring, repetitive work. A lot to learn. Management didn't use employee suggestions for improving processes. Everything covered in red tape. Hope you don't break your leg or have other mobility issues while you work there. You may still have to park a block away from the door. They will not grant you any sort of closer parking pass. Either get there before everyone else, park a block away, or be permanently handicapped so that you can get a handicapped placard from your doctor.
Advice to Management
Listen to your front-line employees. They're the ones who do the work every day. If they have a suggestion to make the process better, smoother, or more efficient, why not try it? Also, why not make a few temporary handicapped spots for people who break their legs, etc?
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Noridian Mutual Insurance Company.
The process from start to finish was very long. Either before or after the interview, they give you a quiz/assessment online. Then, once you've passed everything, you must submit records of every job you've ever had and college you've went to. They have an outside company verify everything. If you enter an incorrect date, it flags and postpones the background check.
I didn't try to negotiate.
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