I have been working at Wisconsin Public Service full-time (More than 10 years)
The company offers good benefits, insurance and compensation. There are many different careers available ranging from outside work on electric and natural gas facilities.
Depending on the work, the hours can be extremely long and travel required at times. This can be especially challenging for younger families when striving for a work/life balance.
Advice to Management
Career advancement opportunities are unclear to employees which contributes to overall dissatisfaction with an employees career and job searching elsewhere leading to good employees leaving the company.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Wisconsin Public Service in May 2008.
You may have to take a skills test before you are asked to interview. The interview process was about 2 hours long. You are interviewed by a group of people in two 1 hour long sessions with second following immediately after the first. . There are 2 or 3 people in the room at each time.You are asked to give specific examples of when you demonstrated particular behaviors or skills. You may use work experience, activities, hobbies, volunteer work, or school projects as examples of your past behavior. Interviewers will be looking for three parts in your responses to the behavioral based questions. First, explain the specifics about the circumstance that you were involved in. Next, describe the actions you took in that circumstance. Finally, tell what results followed due to your actions?
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