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Employees rate Salt Lake City 1.1% lower than the overall average
I worked at Rio Tinto as an intern (Less than a year)
Allows interns to take ownership of projects.
Provides proper training for their employees success.
Provides opportunities world wide.
Encourages employees to succeed.
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I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Rio Tinto (Salt Lake City, UT (US)) in July 2012.
I was interviewed by a group of 4 people that included the head of the department, the individual I would be working for, and 2 who would be co-workers. The reason for the large group was that the head of the department and the 2 co-workers were from outside of my country of residence. The interview was somewhat spontaneous as they were looking at the possibility of expanding their groups services to my country of residence and had heard of my experience as a consultant in that field. They asked a series of questions about my experience and flexibility of working with another software than the one I was familiar with. I believe that everyone involved had a lot of fun as the whole process was more exploratory than inquiry. In the end they decided not to expand their group for reasons that were unrelated to me. On the positive I was able to continue to do additional projects later on as a consultant.