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I have been working at Carrier Commercial RefrigerationRecommendsNo opinion of CEORecommendsNo opinion of CEO
Carrier is a big corporation is the HVAC industry, I do learn a lot of things, people are nice there.
the increase of salary is low , maybe less than 5%. And they are not increase salary every year, my salary was increased after 18 month, and the percent is low.
Advice to Management
see many workers be laid off, and hire temp works, don't do this! Temp workers are non competitive to the old full time works. The quality becomes low, and I am worried about it.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took a week – interviewed at Carrier Commercial Refrigeration in October 2014.
I was contacted by a carrier representative at my state college, and asked to come in for an interview. Later that day an HR representative told me I was selected for a second round interview in Charlotte, NC. They flew me out and paid for my hotel. The next 2 days were filled with plant visits, multiple interviews with engineers and HR people, and a group case study type interview. They told me they would get back to me with their decision; however, they have yet to contact me (its been 3 months now). The overall experience was amazing but I just wish they were more transparent with their decision, I would rather them say no to me than string me along and say nothing.
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"Order up!" Carrier Commercial Refrigeration (CCR) makes foodservice equipment, including gear for commercial refrigeration. Customers include fast-food restaurants (McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's), breweries, convenience stores, soft-drink bottlers, and grocery operators. CCR's divisions include Taylor (dispensers for soft-serve ice cream, milk shakes, and frozen yogurt), and International Cold Storage (walk-in coolers). The company is a subsidiary of heating and air-conditioning equipment maker Carrier Corporation, which itself is a division of United Technologies.