Mission: From CEO Jamie Candee: I am incredibly proud of Questar and love to tell people about it. But my favorite topic is our people, from the company mainstays to those who joined us during this time of rapid growth. Each of them contributes to our high-energy, high-performing ...
I worked at Questar Assessment part-time (Less than a year)
Nice people, pleasant work areas, breaks lunch are well coordinated.
The training session is difficult for a new person coming in. I was in a group of 60 and 3 of us were new. It basically was a review for the 57 returnees. When a question was asked by the leader, they would spout out the answer. I didn't know what they were talking about. The leader would say, "Go to 5.5.8B1 Far-Link Bullet one." I had no idea what it was or where it was. Then they would read a sentence and I couldn't find it. I had to learn the book by myself but could not take it out of the room. I did not qualify. I wasn't surprised.
Advice to Management
For people coming in for the first time, have a day of training for them first so they can become familiar with the materials used.
It was a fairly easy interview process that took about 20 minutes to complete. In addition to the interview, I took a basic math, writing and reading test to ensure that my skills would match the needs of the position.