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For full time, exempt employees, you accrue immediately which equates to 16 paid days off for the year.

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All applicants are required to complete an online application followed by a phone interview with the recruiter and an in-person interview with the manager for local work or a phone interview with manager if you are not local. Depending on the position, you may meet with up to three other VT Group employees during the in-person interview. This can take from one to three weeks on average depending on availability to interview.

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There was a time when working for Milcom meant something, shipboard and elsewhere.

After the old man who started it bequeathed it to his son's, and they sold it to the venture capitalists... well, honestly it began to seem like less and less.

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There is such an unlikely future for this company that I wouldn't put my money up at 10 to 1 odds in favor of this place.

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Not being able to see my family for weeks on end. even though they are 25 minutes away.

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Raises occur at VT Milcom if you back management into a corner and threaten to quit. There are NO annual raises at VT Milcom.

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Very predictable, unhurried, planned and perfectly executed.

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VT Group offers a 401k plan that starts on the first of the month following 60 days from your start date. The company also provides a match of 50% to employee contributes up to 6%.

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Would have started a one on one self improvement plan dedicated to searching and finding the hidden talents from everyone in my direct team so that they could be developed further for not just the benefit of the company but the employee as well. Would have offered. Would have given everyone a fair chance to succeed and rewarded those who gave their all for the company. Would have rid the company of those who did not want to get on board with operating as a team no matter how valuable they tried to make you think they were. Would have found a way to give everyone something each year as far as a raise instead of giving a lot to those who threaten to quit. I would stress an employee threatening to quit as a non negotiable thing for any manager to give into. I would teach how to be make your job fun and happy and bring a smile to others no matter how bad the day is going.

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