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2 months several emails 3 phone 2 in person-interviews asked what shift I wanted, made sure I was available to train, I was extremely qualified for the position, great references, they made it sound like I had the job
Dear John letter from a do not reply cookie cutter “we will keep your resume on file bla bla bla” if you have time to waste and the stomach for rejection then apply!

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I would recommend to understand what people do at E&Y Gabon, why it is important, where he should stand in terms of culture to be successful and how tomorrow he can bring more value to the firm's customers.

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Normally 45 hours; 50-65 hours during busy season

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Very collegial. We did original work of high caliber, bringing process improvement methodologies to a function that had never been given adequate attention. The firm's policy of paying to upgrade me to Platinum status on the airline frequent flyer program before it had been "earned" and allowing upgrades to first class on a available-seat basis went a long way toward making the travails of business travel more palatable.

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Yes often need to do field work

allocating to different office is a great experience

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Yes, there is a background check.

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Med, dental, vision, 401K

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I did not have to produce a pay stub.

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The interview process can be rigorous. No less than three interviews before a decision will be made (1-2 phone interviews and at least one in person interview.) Describing detailed work history, goals, aspirations and the reason you feel that you're qualified.

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Multiple interviews over a span of 4-5 months.

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