I have been working at The Preston Partnership full-time
It seems like a lot of bad management and leadership has left (willingly or not), which has made room for a new, younger generation to take ownership and move up quickly. Morale is surprisingly good, with a lot of joking around and fun times at office events. Company seems to be poised for somewhat of a "refresh." It will be interesting to see how it plays out..
Long hours are not uncommon, but comparable to other arch firms. After the recent loss of employees, a lot of projects have been left for new employees to "fix." There is plenty of work to go around.
Advice to Management
Embrace the younger generation, and don't pass up the opportunity to truly re-orient the firm's trajectory.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at The Preston Partnership (Atlanta, GA) in September 2016.
I applied online via Linkedin and submitted my resume via email to the recruiter as instructed in the Linkedin listing. After following up on the status of my application, I was invited to participate in an in-person interview at the Atlanta headquarters. The process took about three (3) weeks but I was not offered the position.
After sending a follow-up email to check on the status of my application following the interview, the interviewer called me to give me the news and informed me of why they chose a different candidate. I appreciate that the interviewer was honest and transparent about working with this company, and in providing me the reasons why the other candidate was chosen over me. Overall, it was an average interview and I appreciated their consideration.
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