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Battelle, General Atomics, SAIC

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    Je travaille chez MITRE à plein temps (Plus de 3 ans)

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    - Benefits are great
    - COVID response has been very well executed from the top down
    - Lots of opportunities to do academic research while getting paid full salary

    Inconvénients

    - Large company rhetoric makes messaging hard to follow or meaningless. Little to no company-wide culture
    - Management varies in quality rather dramatically

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    Entretien de Human Resources Business Partner

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - Mc Lean, VA (États-Unis)
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    J'ai postulé via une agence de recrutement. J'ai passé un entretien à MITRE (Mc Lean, VA (États-Unis)) en mai 2020.

    Entretien

    Absolutely HORRIBLE interviewers. For HR professionals you would think they would be more skilled in the art of interviewing – especially for a higher-level role. The interview started 10 minutes late (SO UNPROFESSIONAL), and due to the current quarantine, it was over Skype. Nothing screams "your time isn't valuable" quite like being late. The expectation is that I am on time (and I was - by 15 minutes) you should really do the same. There were a LOT of technical issues – all on their end, and since there were two people on the interview (not including me), there were even more issues with the audio and it was constantly freezing. They spent a good 10 minutes telling me about them, their careers and a little bit about the role. They didn’t really ask me any questions about my experience in former roles – no behavioral questions, nothing. I have over 15 years of comprehensive HR experience in the GovCon space (more than the interviewers), so I am well qualified for the role I applied for. I am currently in a role where I was brought in to do one thing, and unfortunately got the bait and switch, and am supporting people doing entry-level duties. Therefore, I am looking for a job more in line with my skills and experience. The only questions they asked were about what I was doing at my current role (for which I have only been in for 5 months, because of the before mentioned), and they didn’t ask me ANY behavioral interview questions. not ONE They asked me one question about my experience with working with senior leadership, and I answered it. That was the ONLY question they asked me. Then 20 minutes in they asked me if I had any questions for them, which I had great questions. In the end they told me I didn’t have the experience they were looking for, since I have only had transactional experience. For someone who has been a manager and a director in my past, this was so far from the truth, and they would have known that had they actually asked me just ONE behavioral interview question. Or anything about what I have done farther back than 6 months ago.

    I really regret not looking at the reviews of the organization - they aren't very complimentary and I can see why now. Their HR department is clearly the C team. No wonder my colleagues at other companies have all interviewed HRBPs from MITRE in the last month.

    My advice to the hiring managers is to take a rudimentary course in interviewing techniques - something every entry level HR professional takes. One other thing - it is incredibly RUDE to be checking email and Skype messages while in an interview.

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Prix et distinctions de MITRE

  • Top Companies for Work-Life Balance, Glassdoor, 2013
  • Top Workplaces, The Washington Post, 2015
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