The process took 2 days - interviewed at Stanley Black & Decker in April 2011.
Interview Details – I did an on campus interview with Stanley Black and Decker. The company is very interested in graduating students that they have mold into sales professionals. Stanley wants their employees to relocate after a period of time, but they do pay to relocate.
The process took 2 months - interviewed at Stanley Black & Decker in February 2012.
Interview Details – The company is very friendly and will often times have a table at larger college career fairs. They usually have an information session that outlines career paths and opportunities. They will tell you about how you get a company truck that you don't pay a thing for...including gas. After 1-2 first round interviews often times on campus, they will call you to invite you to final round interviews in Towson, MD. They tend to take a long time to get back to you throughout the process. At final round interviews you'll be around people that magically are all just like you! They have a talent for finding type A people.
Interview Question – What's more important: people or product? View Answer
Negotiation Details – They basically give you an offer and that's it. They will try to put you in a city you ask for but don't count on it!
Pros: Black & Decker once had so many talented, motivated & passionate employees - everyone worked together as a team to deliver great product, build strong brands & it was a great environment to be a part of. You could learn so much from the depth of… – Full Review
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