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I have been working at Allegheny Ludlum full-time (More than a year)
Safety is a high priority here at all levels of the organization. The company is deeply committed to making continuous investment in its operations. The people I've worked with are mostly very friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and responsible. There are many opportunities for growth, and management is very approachable. People do get together regularly outside of work for happy hour or other activities.
This company has silos within silos. Some managers are people who never should be given the responsibility of managing people, but that is slowly changing. The corporate IT systems date from the 1980s and early 1990s and impede efficiency and growth. Change takes place slowly, but I feel that upper management is aware of where the company as a whole needs to go.
Advice to Management
Continue to break down the silos within the company and prioritize our strengths to help the company maximize its profits. Helping people to become more efficient by providing more cross-training and improved systems will help us to move forward toward those goals.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Allegheny Ludlum in July 2009.
I got the interview with the help of the career services office on my college campus. The initial interview was a phone interview with the HR department. This was followed by an in person interview at the processing plant with the manager who I would be reporting to. Once they decided that they liked my resume and skill set, I had to pass a physical and drug test.
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When it comes to steelmaking, Allegheny Ludlum has a plethora of alloys. Allegheny Ludlum, a subsidiary of Allegheny Technologies, produces flat-rolled steel products and specialty metals such as nickel alloys (corrosion resistant, electronic, and high temperature alloys), silicon electrical steels (grain oriented and relay steels), stainless steel (electrical resistance, high-strength, and super stainless), titanium (alloyed and commercially pure), and tool steels. The company also manufactures armor materials used in civilian and military defense applications. Customers ...