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Miss out on Corporate functions by working at a remote site.

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They had decided who they will hire before interviewing me, because the person been assigned to give me an interview not even show up. And they just randomly find an engineer talk to me.

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Replace outsourcing, and allow people working in the offices a chance to actually move up in the company.

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It is not very positive and you get overworked with little respect. If you are an engineer, make sure you know all fields because they will expect civil to know electrical since they do what they need to get the bid.

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It was some what informal and involved friendly discussions.

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Fast paced and stressful.

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Mostly about my experience as a machinist.

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1 month. Apply, interview, negotiate, get hired.

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I thought it was great at first, but it slowly cascaded into a nightmare.

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Vacation policy was standard.

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