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Fun workplace

Answered - Account Service Engineer (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

Very flexible

Answered - Marketing Business Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee) - Bangalore

It depends on the job profile, usually may be max to max 45 days

Answered - Sr. CTSA (Senior Analytics Consultant) (Former Employee) - Gurgaon, India

Was technical and multiple persons. Narrows down to specific skill.

Answered - Solutions Principal (Former Employee) - Boston, MA

The Company does pay for training

Answered - Account Service Engineer (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

401, health insurance, dental and eye, bonus, and vocation

Answered - Sr. Senior Delivery Specialist / SAN Architect (Current Employee) - Newton, MA

Through a temp service called Assurion.

Answered - Mfg. Equip. Maint. Specialist (Former Employee) - Nashville, TN

Far easier than many others I've been to. First they interview you over the phone, normaly from the recruiter to see if your qualified. Qualified being, if you have your degree and if your close enough. The in person interview they ask you a few very basic computer questions. Eg: Do you know what a RAID GROUP is?

Answered - Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee) - Draper, UT

The managers are very helpful and willing to do whatever it takes to help you become a great asset to the team.

Answered - IT Consultant (Current Employee) - Rhinelander, WI

Yes there is paid training for all trainng.

Answered - Business Analysis Analyst (Former Employee) - Austin, TX

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