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Worst interview process I've ever gone through. First, hiring manager is discussing with someone else how badly interviews went while I was in the interview process. Second, HR Manager from plant location is literally the worst person ever, his demeanor and overall personality left a lot to be desired. Asked a question about difference in the company now vs when he started, je proceeded to tell me that Obama and Obamacare (did not even try to call it the ACA and he's an HR professional...yeah right) caused the company to drop their premium health care plan. Then proceeded to tell me that I had been laid off a lot, so yeah 2 layoffs in 21 years of working is a lot.

Interviews started with 3 phone screens and then an all day interview. Clearly wish I could get those hours back.

Workplace did not seem diverse or inclusive at all, should have been my 1st clue that it might not be a fit.

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It took several months. I talked with the HR department several times and after a month had an interview. It was a month after that they called me to offer the job.

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Long and very very very dusty dirty

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Day shift is more relaxed than night shift.

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We get 80 hours or 2 weeks but they have to be used 12 hours per a day of vacation taken.

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Fire all management, get competent people in place and structure the plant.

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Huber is interested in your past experiences. Most of Huber management is interested in your potential to advance within the Huber work force staying true to the Huber principle and values. Huber, I'm a prime example, you can advance within the management ranks with out a college degree. My first Plant manager I worked for had no college degree. Huber believes that some things are learned out side the class room.

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