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Unfriendly interviewer with more of a interrogation technique that seemed to be looking for memorization of ad for role, rather than understanding of duties and inquiring of my prior experience.
Answered June 27, 2018
The best advice to someone interviewing with Metlang is to be yourself, honest. If you have any questions or concerns about the linguist position, our HR staff is hear to answer them. It's important to research the field of linguistics when making a career change.
Answered by Metlang
February 12, 2018
Metlang is a competitive company which has been strong for over 30 years. They have a brite future ahead.
Answered January 2, 2017
Easy but sometiem it comes with retaliations. 5 days
Answered September 28, 2016
They had me recite back the job description word for word and got frustrated when I hesitated on some exact points such as they may work longer hours on weekends but not always. Them, some “what would you do” scenarios. Finally, tell me how you handled conflict, etc (in Spanish)
Answered March 25, 2020
What are the hours like?
Asked July 21, 2018
24/7. If they need you over night you will have to work over night. Also holidays.
Answered July 21, 2018
The most stressful part is not knowing if I'll get work the following week, but only in low season.
Answered April 26, 2017
What benefits does Metlang offer?
Asked September 28, 2016
500 a month for minimal insurance coverage.
Answered September 28, 2016
Not bad. You can learn and get into law enforcement field with the experience.
Answered October 16, 2021
Poor management. No true leadership.
Answered August 4, 2020
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