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Wallingford, CT (États-Unis) de Burns & McDonnell

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    Je travaille chez Burns & McDonnell à plein temps (Plus de 5 ans)

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    I love this place here.

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    Too many contradictory people here.

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salaires Burns & McDonnell Wallingford, CT (États-Unis)

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    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - Wallingford, CT (États-Unis)
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    J'ai postulé via une agence de recrutement. Le processus a pris 2 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Burns & McDonnell (Wallingford, CT (États-Unis)) en mai 2018.

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    I was contacted over LinkedIn by a third-party recruiter and he was helpful in preparing me for my first interview. The interview essentially went over the company and what they're looking for--average interview. The recruiter notified me later that I was invited to a second interview, which included an executive. During this interview, the executive asked about my current employer (a smaller civil engineering firm) and how many employees there were with certain titles. At this time, I deduced that they were less interested in understanding my qualifications and more interested in learning the details of my current employer. After the interview, I reached out to the recruiter to ask when I should hear back and he said "today or tomorrow." I didn't hear back from the recruiter after that, despite reaching out again two weeks later. Next, I contacted the hiring manager directly and was informed that I was not offered the position though I'm not sure when this was decided--after the first interview or the second. It is unprofessional to "ghost" candidates as they are looking for work for various reasons and the amount of time, money, and energy put into the preparation for interviews can be considerable.

    Not long after, my current employer hired a former Burns & Mac employee who told me that I dodged a bullet. Another former Burns & Mac employee (in the same role) corroborated by informing me the time commitment and workload was unmanageable and the environment was toxic.

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