I worked at Solers full-time (More than a year)
Great company. They pay very well, the benefits are difficult to match.
Expect to work. They are a very dedicated group who expect hard workers. There are no 45 minute water cooler breaks.
Advice to Management
Keep it up. I loved the company, I just didnt like the job.
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Solers (Blacksburg, VA) in March 2017.
The interview process was very quick. I applied through recruiting at my university career fair. They called me in for an interview for a week later.
The interview was very short and concise. They asked me a lot about my skills and what to expect when working with their company. They were pushing on co-ops more, which made me think that they didn't have enough people to fit that position. The questions were not very technical, but more relating to current projects.
I did not hear back for 2-3 weeks. Eventually, I got an email that I was not selected for the position.
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