Mission: We develop high-quality product support information and focus on maximizing its value to our customers over the life cycle by implementing technology to connect it to key business processes. We are ethical, innovative, committed, agile, and cost effective, which allows us to ...
I worked at O'Neil & Associates full-time (More than 3 years)
Benefits packages well-explained. Employer-owner benefits are generous despite requiring 6 years to become vested.
Poor HR department, unclear business process for certain job titles. Healthcare package is also poor. Satellite offices receive little support.
Advice to Management
Improve HR communication. Complaints often go unanswered.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at O'Neil & Associates (Dayton, OH) in July 2015.
Application process took a couple weeks in clouding offer. Applied online and heard back from HR the same day. Was asked why I was leaving my other job, then set up a real interview. Walking in the door everyone was pleasant. Interview included HR for personality question, Technical staff and project managers in the room and phone call in from a client. All in all seven people were in the room.
HR asked many question regarding personality, about how I work with others and under stress. They emphasized a lot about the long hours. Technical staff grilled on ability to comprehend schematic diagrams. First made sure I wa comfortable on on system, told me I might not be with that system, once they got the ok that I was comfortable moving around, told me I could be on the same project for 20 years.
After the interview, I waited about a week to hear back. I got the offer, but they tried to low-ball me at $18/hr. I told them to try again. After a couple days they came back with $21. The job description said $50,000, so I turned them down.
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