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10 to 12 depending on the need sometimes expected to work till midnight to get the projects out. No appreciation

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The working hours on the project that I worked on were a standard 50 hour week and as much overtime as we wanted to work on the weekends it was optional for the weekend

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Raises happen when you complete your first 6 moths then you'll have a higher raise after a year.

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How much experience do you have with AutoCAD and Microstation?

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No... There are a few favoured employees, but the contract type work does not encourage full-time employees.

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The face to face interview was casual for me.

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Awful management and stressful work environment

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Was great then for no reason no explanation dam let go

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My interview took less than 10 minutes. They asked if I knew how to VLOOKUP in Excel. I said yes and I was hired later that day.

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Black & Veatch is a fast-paced, ever evolving corporation that continues to strive for excellence in technology, work force and training that impacts the world. B&V has over 10,000 employees, 100 offices and are represented in 100 countries. This provides a diverse work force environment. The 100-year-old company based in Kansas City amplifies its Midwest roots with strong work ethic. The corporate culture is to rise above any challenges and to give the client the best product possible.

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