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Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Oldcastle (Über 8 Jahre)
Great insurance and pay, great with family issues dealing with a loss of a loved one. Would not work here now if looking for a new job.
New management, sad to say that Justin Black dropped the ball. New management knew nothing of the company and from what i see they are not getting any better and the company is struggling and losing long time employees.
Rat an das Management
Trust the people who have been there 7+ years rather than someone who doesn't know the company.
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Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte mehr als 2 Monate. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Juli 2016 bei Oldcastle (Acworth, GA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
I applied via an online job board and was contacted by recruiting within one business day of submitting my application (I had experience in the industry). I spoke with the recruiter for an hour on the phone, was provided the details of the job, asked questions about my experience, and I was asked if I was interested in moving onto the next step. I was told it would be an over-the-phone interview and then an in-person interview. The next day I was emailed and told it was an in-person interview on-site the following week.
I went on-site and met with the manager who discussed my experience, explained the details of the job, and I was told that they were "looking to hire immediately" as they had "unexpected vacancies." I was told they should know something by the end of the week. Less than an hour later I received a phone call from the recruiter telling me they wanted me to move onto the next round of interviews with the director of customer service, and I arranged for an in-person interview on-site again the following week.
I had another in-person interview where I was given some task-related and personality questions. The interview ended well, and I was told that they would have a decision by the end of the following week. I was reminded that they were looking to hire asap.
A week went by...and then another week. The recruiter emailed to tell me that they were interviewing in another location, and after that was over by mid-month (two weeks from then) they would make a decision. And then another week went by...and another. I was told to hang on that they were still interviewing at the other location. A week went by, two more went by, and I was asked if I would travel for training. I said yes. Another two weeks went by. I was told to hold on a bit longer as they were trying to move some things around on-site before they could hire. A total of 12 weeks went by from the initial contact until I accepted a position with another company. In comparison, I had two 1-hour phone interviews and one in-person (over 5 hours with 6 people) interview with another company and accepted their offer within a week and a half of the start of their interview process. I ended up e-mailing their recruiter to inform her I had accepted a job with another company.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch