Mission: Continue to Enhance the Productivity of Our Clients by the use of Information Technology.
I have been working at Stellar Services full-time (Less than a year)
- Great potential to learn all you can and coworkers have been amazing when it comes to teaching.
- Colleagues and higher-ups already depend on me to work as hard as them and have full confidence in my abilities.
- Multi-tasking for me is a plus, but can be a negative amongst different workers (subjective)
- Small firm which allows you to know everyone within the workspace.
- Friday company luncheons, casual Friday, and sometimes meetings on these days that allow you to learn more about our clientele or how they operate within different software/areas.
- The firm is a bit small so you may have a more than average workload during the workweek, but overall, it's not the most difficult work (depending on your occupation and where you're stationed)
- Since the firm is small and we have plenty of clients, I believe we should expand more in terms of employees so that we can adhere to the clients at the optimal levels. Although, this may be difficult with funding.
Advice to Management
- I think we are expanding at the right pace and the only thing I wish I had was more time to learn all I can to succeed in so many different areas.
- In terms of SLAs, I think we should progress to be more organized with reports to show clients that we are the best at adhering to their needs in the most timely manners possible.
I applied through other source. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Stellar Services.
Approached by the company through email. Went to the office location on a weekday. Brought to a small conference room where you could see other employees working quietly through the transparent glass.
The interview took approximately 2 hours by meeting with 3 different levels of employees separately. The atmosphere was okay until lots of personal questions were asked. Each employee asked similar questions about your education and work experience. They were not interested even you might possess great computer and language skills. All 3 of them wrapped up the interview by bombarding you with personal questions such as your family members' country of origin, hobbies, and dream job (as if your family members were the candidates not you).
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