- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
J'ai travaillé chez SAIC à temps plein (Plus de 3 ans)
Teams, Culture, Camaraderie. Cross Training
Toxic 1st level management, closed minded approach to problem solving when subordinates have popular approach toward remedy.
Conseils à la direction
No one says to an employee... "If, you are not 15 minutes early. You are Late!" "My way or, There's the Highway %$#@ A__hole."
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J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris une semaine. J'ai passé un entretien à SAIC (Vienna, VA (États-Unis)) en octobre 2019.
Let me say the interview process started off well as I thought the recruiters were quick, efficient, and nice to talk to. The recruiter quickly set me up with an in person interview, a few days after my phone screening. However, I realized upon receiving the invitation that it was for a job fair recruiting event instead of a simple one-on-one. So the day of, I arrived 15 minutes early, to be told my hiring manager was 15 minutes late because he was interviewing other candidates. No problem, I sit there for 20 mins and wait. Once meeting with the manager, he calls a woman and asks if she has my resume, she replies "No". So I continue to speak to my work experience for about 20 minutes. He then asks me about a school I do not attend, and I said " sorry, I don't go there you must have someone else's resume". He proceeds to say "no, it says your name" and I said the front is correct but the back is misprinted. It must have gotten mixed in the shuffle of other applicants. Further down the talking, he then proceeded to tell me that he has no idea why I'm applying for this role since it's not "what I currently do". I was taken aback because the position was, in fact, what my current role was. So I proceeded to ask what his idea of ICAM was, and what they do. The lady on the phone goes over some vague requirements and reporting, and I said "Yes, I do those things on a daily basis". Then, the manager starts saying how he likes my personality and that I'm smart to work my way up (which at this point I found to be quite belittling). He basically told me I don't have enough experience for something I have more than enough experience than what the job description called for. I left feeling insulted and knowing that he already had a candidate (likely race and sex in mind), and felt like I wasted my day. The interview process did not seem "equal opportunity friendly".
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