I have been working at The Buller Group full-time (More than 3 years)
Best, smartest people to work with. Rob builds great teams!
Not many, maybe we all work too hard and too long on some projects, but there is always time ot relax with company sponsored happy hours.
Advice to Management
Don't change a thing.
I applied online. I interviewed at The Buller Group.
I had applied online for this position. I found the job by typing in Washington D.C. The company ended up because quite far away from Washington D.C. The recruiter I spoke to on the phone was very friendly. I came in for an interview and was a little surprised. The office was very nice but the receptionist area was empty. I waited for 15 minutes before someone showed up. When I went back to the office, I discovered that there was only 2 other people working in the huge office. It was a little offputting. I wondered where all the other employees went. It didn't seem like the kind of environment I would want to work in. I spoke to another recruiter who had just started working there 6 months ago. It seems he was moving up and they were likely looking to hire someone to replace his position. It was an office of all men also. As a young woman, that was a little intimidating.
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