HR is not very helpful
Most of the managers are good though.
The interview process is simple just show up
Answered - Quality Manager (Current Employee) - Clarksville, TN
6 hours with 8 different people
Answered - Sr. Lead Software Developer (Former Employee) - Valley City, OH
Panel interview. More interested in the fact that you'd work for them than if you were a good fit.
Answered - Production Supervisor (Former Employee) - Pendergrass, GA
Your manager calls you into their office and they tell you about their company. Pros and cons. They ask you about your job experience. They tell you if you are hired or not.
Answered - Spot Welder (Former Employee) - Pendergrass, GA
Temp to Hire, or Open Hire (1998-1999 my experience) within two weeks of filling out an application received a call to begin drug test, and physical.
Answered - Floor Associate to CSM (Former Employee) - Valley City, OH
Nothing but broken promises. "The company is growing, we went from a $500 million company to almost $2 billion". Problem is that they still run the company like it's a $500 million company. Was promised that bonuses would be handed out - that never happened. Never received a merit raise either due to changes in HR policies year after year. Don't count on what is promised.
Answered - Information Technology (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH