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Great benefits which most employers don't give such as a generous 401(k) match, paid parking, and commuter allowance. Also in a great location and close to many community events.
Poor management and they don't care if someone leaves. CEO is very removed from daily operations in Tampa office but spends lots of time in the company's other offices. HR is non-approachable, and doesn't respond to most requests because they claim they are too busy. Very top heavy with way too many VP's and some are a total waste of time and money.
Advice to Management
Pay attention to what employees have to say. When someone leaves, ask yourself why and do an exit interview. Stop promoting people who don't deserve to be promoted. Too many top level management that do nothing.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at AACSB International in January-2011.
The online application takes around an hour to complete and contains one of the behavioral tests. HR will conduct a brief phone interview with you if selected. Then you have three face to face interviews. Direct manager, one of the C-suite members (CFO, COO, CAO), then the CEO. It takes around a month to go through the full process possibly longer.
From personal experience and others within they have a take-it or leave-it mentality when it comes to offers, raises, promotions.
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