I have been working at Precision Global Consulting full-time (More than a year)
-Personal growth is of utmost importance. PGC is always trying to find ways to help you grow on a personal and professional level. This includes going to conferences, events, and networking events that the company sponsors or attends.
-The benefits offered here are truly rich. Medical, dental, vision, life, disability, and 401k is a package that most companies of this size cannot generally offer.
-The humanitarian work the company does is hardly advertised to the outside, but makes up a large part of the soul of the company. PGC has donated large sums of money to India, Africa, and Haiti to build clean water wells, women's health centers, and computer centers.
-Employees who do their work are treated well. Employees who go above and beyond are rewarded. This includes increased responsibilities, titles boost, and increasing salaries.
-Having an office in the UK exposes each and every employee to the international side of the business. Whether that be understanding the difference between a "vacation" and "holiday", or just a better understanding of how business is done in another country, the exposure is invaluable.
-Having dogs in the office is a major bonus. It is truly impossible to have a bad day when Emily or Bronte come up to you and give you a smile!
-PGC operates in a compliance heavy industry. There is always a dichotomy between being faithful to law versus making sure that we do the right thing by our employees and contractors. This can be uncomfortable for some people who have never truly found their own moral compass.
-On the topic of compliance, laws and regulations change daily on a local, state, and federal level. This can be challenging if you come from an industry with a longstanding established principles. With staffing the goalposts are always moving; working at PGC requires 2 things: agility and courage. Agility because each employee needs to be able to pivot almost instantly to a new law or process with little room for error. Courage to have the faith in yourself and the team surrounding you that you can get the job done.
-There is very little space here for anxiety and nervousness. We strive to deliver a service and solution that requires our clients to do little digging outside from our help.
Advice to Management
Continue to invest in the growth of the company and the wonderful humanitarian work we do.
They get in touch with clients and they do the interview. So you depend on the position and the client that you are going to be doing the interview. I did a networking job and was networking
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