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dor.wa.gov
Olympia, WA
1001 to 5000 employees
1967
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State & Regional Agencies
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Unlike tax collector Zacchaeus, you won't find the Washington State Department of Revenue taking more money than it's entitled to. The Department of Revenue is Washington's principal tax collection agency. From state and local ... Read more

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    I have been working at Washington Department of Revenue full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Excellent Training, Nice People, Willing to Work with Your Schedule (Flexible Schedules, Time Home with Sick Kids), Forty Hour Week, Lots of Room for Growth, Exploring Telecommuting Options, In a Time of Transition- Which Always Provides Opportunities.

    Cons

    Lower starting salary than many private jobs for the same work. Change is slow. Some Co-Workers are Not as Motivated to Work Hard,

    Advice to Management

    Continue finding new ways to elevate employees with positive attitudes to the top faster. Revenue has some really great people, and they stay longer when they feel appreciated - and they see opportunities for growth.

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Washington Department of Revenue Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Washington Department of Revenue.

    Interview

    Very lengthy interview... 32 questions and over 2 hours long! However, the interviewing panel was friendly, and genuine and while the questions were many, they did not throw a lot of weird behavioral questions at me ... most questions were relevant to the job, or to get a feel for what work style I have. All in all I would rate it a very positive experience, I felt comfortable and confident and I also felt they wanted me to be comfortable rather than feeling like I was in the hot seat.

    Interview Questions

    • You are auditing an established business owned by an older couple that has always been honest and made every effort to ensure their taxes and financials were in order. You discover a discrepancy that may financially devastate them. How will you break this news to them?   Answer Question
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