Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Emerson Network Power in October 2012.
Interview Details – Lame electronic theory test, and an interveiw with Villareal.
Interview Question – Not to many questions asked Answer Question
Negotiation Details – NONE, you get what they give you, just like the work environment.
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Emerson Network Power in April 2012.
Interview Details – Applied in person and was called by HR manager to set up a time for an interview on-site. First interview with HR manager. Was asked about my background, how I learned about the position, and what I knew about the company. Second interview with hiring manager and supervisor. Was asked about job-related experience and problem solving skills. The manager had a circuit drawn on a whiteboard and asked me to trouble shoot it. Last interview with one of the most senior employees. This last person makes sure that you have the required skill set for the job, in my case electricity fundamentals and schematics. Finally, I had a tour visit to the shop led by one of the supervisors where he goes over many of the dangers of the job.
Negotiation Details – Make sure you know what is the average salary for that position.
Pros: They did all that I expected of professional, safety-conscious oriented and very organized group. I never felt like it would be a good idea to continue working with them. – Full Review
Regardless of your size, you can’t afford for your vital business systems to go down. At Emerson Network Power, we’ve built our capabilities on delivering reliable power, precision cooling, connectivity and embedded… — Full Overview
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