The Coaches and Leadership team at Rio make every effort to advance their new (and current) employees. I've never heard of a company that has dozens of employees who have worked here over 2 decades. They treat every individual here with respect and understanding. If you want your voice to be heard, they will listen. I've implemented many changes in my department while holding my position for only 6 months. They truly help you grow. Tuition reimbursement, 401k match, bonuses, personal and business development opportunities
If you don't voice what constrains you, or what you'd like to change, it will not be recognized. Because of their lax "control" over employees, if you don't have self control, you may not be a good fit here. You make your own success based on your motivation.
Advice to Management
Employees who go above and beyond to keep things running smoothly have recently been verbally recognized and thanked, and that goes a long way.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Rio Grande (Albuquerque, NM).
Extremely thorough to the point of it feeling like an inquisition. Over two different days and over five hours of in person interviews with new faces each time from various orgs. Having to explain every nuance of every answer to each person's satisfaction was exhausting. I had an easier, more streamlined and MUCH shorter and role-relevant interview for a nuclear lab job (which I GOT) that requires in-depth security investigations. This is a jewelry equipment company, not DOE, DOD or NASA or law enforcement. Keep it real, folks.
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