Questions and Answers about Guardian Industries

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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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Took me 3 months

Answered - G-9 Technician (Current Employee) - Corsicana, TX

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About 3 days

Answered - seal tech and inspector (Current Employee) - Sulphur, LA

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It took about 2 months to complete the hiring process due to my enrollment in school. The first steps were in person interviews and secondary and tertiary phone interviews with different managers/HR. Next was the background check, medical examination, and drug testing. Lastly was safety training and company policy training.

Answered - Quality Engineer Intern (Former Employee) - Geneva, NY

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About 3-4 weeks after 2 follow up interviews and a company paid drug/health screening.

Answered - Customer Account Manager (Former Employee) - Webster, MA

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2 weeks, phone interview, then two face to face interviews with different levels of management

Answered - Production/Shipping/Receiving Supervisor (Former Employee) - Carleton, MI

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The hiring process is about 2 weeks. You interview with the shift that is hiring. If they approve then you interview with HR. Back ground check, then drug screen.


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They would work with you side by side . The job description and their openness to question one might of had. One was actual hire the moment you walked into the door. If it was to be determine by them to hire you or not you would of been the first to know. The trainee were open to questions and did know how to bring out the best of you. The time it had taken to hire someone depended not so much how fast you learn your duties it really depended on what they saw in you if it could be developed to a higher standard.


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