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Employees rate Houston 4.6% higher than the overall average
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I have been working at ABIS full-time (Less than a year)
Challenging work and many opportunities to get to know your coworkers and their families. We have a lake to go relax to anytime we want (sand beach area, paddle boats, fishing, a boat, walking trails, BBQ pit, and many other things planned for the future), every first Friday we all sit down and hang out for lunch, and plenty of company sponsored functions to bring the family to. The unlimited vacation day policy is awesome especially when expecting a new baby. And informal happy hours in the lounge are a great way to unwind at the end of the week.
Most of my previous companies that I work for always talk about "We work hard and we play hard" and only have a company function 1 to 3 times a year. At Abis, there's always some kind of company function 1 to 3 times a month. There's been trips to the lake multiple times, company events to Top Golf and Bowling, trips to the river, and company tickets to different sporting events.
Nothing that I can think of. More ping pong tournaments?
Advice to Management
Keep on doing what you've been doing.
I applied through other source. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at ABIS (Houston, TX (US)) in March-2015.
ABIS has designed the interview process to assure that both ABIS and you know that you are a right fit for each other. ABIS is a company that will only grow as they can find good people to work for them. By the time I was done with the fourth stage, I knew what the culture was like, what type of people I would be working with, if I would fit into ABIS's culture, and if I wanted to fit into the ABIS culture. Before I even began the interview, I had a phone call making sure this was a position that I would like and about all the stages of the interview process.
For me, the interview process was a five stage process which is as follows:
Stage 1: Interview in person with the office manager and take a wonderlic
Stage 2: Case study
Stage 3: Approximate two hour interview with the implementation manager and training manager
Stage 4: Group lunch with ABIS employees from various department.
Stage 5: Interview with the CEO
By the time I was done with the interview process, I had met with more than half the employees. The employees do have a lot of input for the interview process.