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I worked at Aurora CasketDoesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDoesn't RecommendNegative Outlook
Salary was comparable. Company physician available to all employees and their immediate family members.
Management terrible. Old schooled thinking...afraid of change...afraid of risk...it was like beating a dead horse when it came to implementing suggested change in order to meet the changing demands of our society.
Advice to Management
Seriously, get rid of old timers...bring in younger generation thinkers to solve today's marketing and manufacturing struggles. Create a TEAM work environment. Engineers and marketing need to be talking to one another about projects....none of this single business of conception to production for product development ...a team of thinkers has a huge impact of the success of products and product changes as it developments.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Aurora Casket (Aurora, IN).
Very lengthy, you will meet several different people and it seems hard to understand who decides.
- Why should Aurora hire you? 1 Answer
Pay was not negotiable and they will ask you how much you are looking to make. Do not shoot too low and act desparate.
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Aurora Casket Company won't meet you at the Pearly Gates, but it will get you there in style. The largest privately owned casket and cremation urn manufacturer nationwide, it sells its products directly to licensed funeral homes through 60 US service centers. Though known for its stainless-steel line, Aurora Caskets makes caskets in a variety of woods and metals. Its cremation offerings extend beyond urns to include memorial markers, tablets, and plaques. It also provides online information on funeral planning and grief support and offers consulting, software, and ...