Laurie Grant in Boston, Massachusetts 73 months ago
Went on a job interview there. They bring you in a room with everyone at first. They all ask you questions. Then you meet with each one individually. Everyone seemed as if they were on Prozac. It was a nice facility but there seemed to be a real underlying stress.
The only one that seemed sharp was the HR woman - Nikole. She seems to have it out for engineers and was really cold.
They have also taken on H1B visas before.
Host 87 months ago
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