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There is no provision for counting sick time at HDR. You have to use your PTO (paid time off, or in other words, your vacation time) to account for sick time away from work. This can get pretty lame if you have a procedure done at the hospital or have a cold/flu/etc.

Answered December 17, 2019

Managers and supervisors need to look out for those under their supervision or team. For someone to feel loyalty to such a huge company (10,000 + employees), this is a must. When I worked at HDR, I felt that none of my supervisors "had my back" or would "go to bat" for me when I needed that. Others in my office, in the same department and in others felt the same about their management. At least one of them is already looking for another job. Take care of your people, and make them feel like more than a number.

Answered August 27, 2019

8-7 usually due to a teammate over analyzing correctness of the dities assigned.

Answered July 13, 2019

Be prepared and bring your experiences & communication skills.

Answered August 27, 2019

They don't.

Answered January 29, 2020

HDR does video interviews, meaning you create a video of yourself and submit it to the HR department.
Otherwise, I truly don't remember as I was employed with them for 17 years.

Answered December 18, 2017

Improve the commitment level to the employees.

Answered August 15, 2019

It will get you into the interview process. HDR does a lot of environmental design work so they will likely need people with this degree.

Answered July 19, 2019

Depends on your job title. If it's a technical job, they expect at least a bachelors degree. If it's non-technical, I think you would need a high school education/GED and a good amount of experience in your field. Most people at my work location had completed college and some continuing education.

Answered August 26, 2019
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