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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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The process of getting hired is a bit tiresome, but varies from person to person.

Answered - Material Analyst / Planner (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN

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Two - Three step interview process HR, Panel, Dept Head.
Generally three weeks from submission to position closing and call backs.

Answered - Director of Operations (Current Employee) - Shoreview, MN

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I filled out the app got an interview which i thought went well an was told they would call in a couple of days. So far no call ,if they choose not to hire me is fine but they lest they could do is call or text to let me know. Don't leave me haning ,i showed up for the interview in which another person did not, at least give me that respect . I was hoping n kinda excited to work with your company but if you choose not to hire me again thats fine but a call or text would be highly appreciated.

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Being hired took about 2-4 weeks. There was 3 interviews.

Answered - Diesel Tech III (Current Employee) - Renton, WA

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It really depends on what facility you work for in Cummins. It took me 14 months before I was finally hired on at my facility. One individual had been there 2 1/2 years and still had not been hired on

Answered - production (Current Employee) - Cummins Onan of Elkhart, Indiana

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It took me approximately 5 months to be taken on fulltime, during this time I received much needed training which further built my resume, and gave me experiences I would to widen future opportunities for myself.

Answered - Independent diesel engine Machinist (Former Employee) - Lakewood, NY

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The hiring process is direct. One interview.

Answered - Welder, quality inspector, material handler (Former Employee) - Wautoma, WI

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