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Ich habe in Vollzeit bei Environmental Resources Management gearbeitet (Über 5 Jahre)
Diverse project opportunities as you will learn a great deal, good on your resume and great people within the junior level to work with (they make it worth the while)................ that's about it.
1) Not veteran friendly - unpaid military leave (you will have to use your PTO to get paid while you are on orders)
2) Promotion from within NEVER happens, irrespective of your achievements.
3) Poor pay - paid ONLY 40 hrs worth when on the average you work between 50 - 60 hrs a week. I have been on projects where I was worked and was billing 72 hrs/week to the client.
4) You are just a number, you don't count. You can get laid off or frustrated to leave
5) Most importantly, it may not be worth the gamble for people of color (my opinion based on my experience though). You will struggle to get the right Consultant Level deserving of your skills, experience, qualifications. I came in as a CL2 with over 8 yrs of different industry experience 4 years ago, but a Caucasian colleague with equal experience (ONLY from manufacturing industry, MSc degree - I came in with 2 MSc degrees, JUST one recent professional certification - I have 2 professional certifications obtained 3 years ago) was given the position of a Principal consultant (CL4) while I remained a CL2 even after over 4 years.
Rat an das Management
Promote from within, invest and encourage your best, recruit internally......... and review military leave policy.
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Ich habe mich auf anderem Weg beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte mehr als 3 Monate. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert bei Environmental Resources Management (Atlanta, GA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
First spoke with HR on the phone and discussed meeting with the Hiring Manager and the team in person quickly. My resume had caught the Hiring Manager's eye and he wanted to bring me in for a position that had not been posted yet.
I had a full day, in person interview with over 5 employees from various departments asking me about my experience. I killed it. I was very much appreciated and welcomed, although I understood the job would be demanding (at times 80 hrs/week and no working from home until a few months in with the commute across town). HR also went over benefits during the interview and was open to answering any questions I had. I was then asked to take a Leadership Personality Test. My last interview was with the Partner who had barely confirmed a time to interview before asking to speak. Nonetheless, HR and the team had made me feel quite competent, so I proceeded.
HR called to get a "preliminary" salary expectation, which I was shocked to hear would be 36% of the market rate that they attributed to a "Pay for Performance" structure. They negated all the exceptional experience I had and made me feel unqualified all of a sudden. I had been offered a Senior Consultant role in interviews, which then became Entry Level (two steps down). This went down from 4 weeks vacation to 2 and barely any of the benefits they had mentioned initially.
I gave it a shot and expected to negotiate pretty strongly. However, even after negotiating to increase the salary by 15K and start at an Associate Consultant level, the salary was still 20K less than Glassdoor's estimate for an "ENTRY LEVEL CONSULTANT WITH 0-2 YEARS EXPERIENCE," derived from the exact job that HR posted after offering me the role. They were not open to negotiating anywhere close to what I should have earned. At 80 hours/week and still 50% of the market rate, I could not consider the job seriously. Their loss.
As background, I had a prior interview with the same company for an Entry Level Consultant position, which I did not get because I was overqualified. And somehow that's the box they wanted to place me in with less pay than that previous position?
At first, I felt very appreciated, but throughout the process I quickly understood that I looked like a cheap deal to them. Very confusing process, very misleading and I felt quite disrespected. As great as their reputation is, this treatment of their current and potential employees is not going to work long term.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch