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    I was able to work on designs that were actually manufactured

    Cons

    Not the most interesting town


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    Software Engineer Intern Interview

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    I spent approx. 15 minutes on a call with the Human Resources person. He seemed impressed with my skills and decided to schedule another call with him and the Sales Manager. After rearranging my day to be available for the second call, it never happened. After waiting 10 minutes for him to call, I rang his line and there was no answer. I contacted the operator to have him paged and he was out of the office. I left a voice message asking if call was being rescheduled. He called me back a few hours later saying he would have to reschedule. We rescheduled. This time I emailed to confirm the call 24 hours in advance and it was confirmed. Again, I got no call after rearranging my work day again to take the call. I did not bother to call nor email again.

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Website www.b-line.com
Headquarters Highland, IL
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2000
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Need shelter? Don't be shocked -- make a bee line to Cooper B-Line. The company manufactures enclosures and support systems for the electrical, mechanical, and telecommunication and data industries, for use in solar, government, commercial, industrial, and oil/gas applications. It also manufactures casings and mountings for meters, pipe hangers and mechanical supports, and suspension racks that hold cable and wire. B-Line has a line of anchor systems (for concrete, drywall, plaster, and steel) and spring steel fasteners (for attachment to acoustical tee, metal studs ... More

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