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I have been working at Brother InternationalPros
There are many opportunities for you to bring your innovative ideas to the table. The recent changes in management are bringing a fresh perspective to the corporate arena at Brother.Cons
The greatest challenges that Brother faces right now is ambiguity. Brother is a company where the average employee has would there 12+ years and the idea if changing anything terrifies them.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Brother International in August 2014.Interview Details
I went through at least 4 phone interviews, which were very basic and getting to know one and other but were completely unnecessary considering they were 30 minutes each. The phone interviews that took almost 2 months because they were constantly changing the date and time. After completing the 4 interviews you go in and have to make a presentation on any brother product. This was harder than you think considering how much could you say about a printer without being repetitive and boring. After the presentation you go and meat the VP of sales and if all goes well they offer you the job.
They also claim its a sales position yet youre actually a field merchandiser for at least a year. This is basically doing tradeshows and presenting the product. You also get no commision. It is 35k salary with driving up to 100 miles a day.
In my opinion it would save everyone in the process time and money if there were not as many phone interviews. One or two phone interviews is enough before having to go in for a face to face.Interview Questions
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Brother International is part of one big global family. A subsidiary of Japan-based Brother Industries, Brother International makes and sells inkjet and laser printers, fax machines, typewriters, stamp-making systems, laminators, electronic label printers, sewing machines, garment printers, gear motors, and machine tools. Its products are marketed to consumers and businesses in North America and across Latin America. Through its subsidiaries, Brother International operates production and sales facilities in the US, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Peru. The...