IndianaBound-blogIndiana bound to on-board as a netlogx Project Coordinator

As many of you know, the netlogx hiring process in an extensive one. netlogx wants to ensure that the person is a perfect fit for the company and shares the same values and work ethics. After three phone interviews, a character questionnaire, a skills assessment test, and one Skype interview, I finally received the email I had been so hopeful for; my employment offer letter!

I was given a start date a few weeks out and was immediately asked if I could travel to the Indianapolis corporate office. I was ecstatic yet nervous for the opportunity.

I started in the Santa Fe office on a Thursday, worked two days and spent Sunday traveling to Indiana. I was surprised how level the terrain was, nevertheless there were many trees and it was very green.

I had accommodations at an elegant Bed and Breakfast that was located minutes from the office. Everyone I met was welcoming and obliging with all of my on-boarding projects. The office was decorated reflecting the netlogx green which is truly a phenomenal and revitalizing color. I was given a tour of the Stutz Building which is unique all in itself filled with many businesses, vintage cars, art, and even freight elevators. I had numerous lunches to get to know my co-workers and was able to sit in Audrey’s nook and chat with her. One piece of art that caught my eye was the “Before I Die Wall”, a chalkboard outside of the office where any passerby can express something they would like to do before they die. It is a very interesting read and inspiring to imagine what you would want to do.

The days went by all too fast as did the week, filled with extensive information on benefits, policies and procedures, Style Guides, and much, much more. I was pleased for the chance to see first-hand the culture and meaning designed for the netlogx company! The experience is one I think every new team member would value from, allowing them to connect with the company. One long day spent at the airport (plane dilemmas) and I returned back to New Mexico excited for this new beginning to be a part of this diverse and successful company!