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National Renewable Energy Laboratory Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at National Renewable Energy Laboratory?

3.8
Work/Life Balance
3.8
Compensation/Benefits
2.9
Job Security/Advancement
3.0
Management
3.5
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at National Renewable Energy Laboratory?

76%
of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 34 ratings
3.0
Great Mission, Hindered By Management Politics
Written by Project Manager (Current Employee) from Golden, CO on October 28, 2019
NREL is a great place to work located in a beautiful area of Colorado. The research done here is world class and there are many employee benefits such as flexible schedules, telecommuting, and learning opportunities. It’s a good place to gain personal development and experience, but career growth likely comes from moving out.

Above the worker level,
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Pros
Great place, great benefits, interesting work
Cons
Bureaucracy, management, lack of opportunities
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What do employees at National Renewable Energy Laboratory say about culture and work-life balance?

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Fast-paced
Stressful
Relaxed
Competitive
Collaborative
4.0
great place for research
Written by Research Associate (Current Employee) from Golden, CO on April 21, 2018
overall its a good place to do research. I am proud of doing research here. just wish I have put more effort in research during the past 1.5 years. however, politics are inevitable.
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What did candidates say about the interview at National Renewable Energy Laboratory?

Interview experience
Based on 15 interviews
Favorable
Interview difficulty
Based on 15 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 16 interviews
More than one month
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