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Enlightened Management and caring HR Department. Excellent benefits and outstanding pay (Raises and bonuses for those who work). Boundless opportunities to suceed with company provided training. Flexible work schedules and reasonable work loads.
Lazy workers who think because they have "been here" forever that they know everything. No effort is put in constantly sabotaging the work place. Management is diligently working to get rid of the dead weight.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing - it's getting better!!!!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Cooper Bussmann in December 2013.
This was a field position. First interview was face-to-face with hiring manager in the territory I would support. Second interview was a series of interviews at company headquarters with the 2nd level manager (VP), and 3 others, including representatives from Marketing and Customer Service.
Interview with hiring manager was good. He asked good, relevant questions and also did a good job explaining the opportunity.
Interviews at HQ went smoothly, too. HR rep was very accommodating, set me up in a conference room and the various interviewers stopped by at their appointed times and interviewed me.
A smooth process overall and all interviews were relevant to the job (no completely off-the-wall questions). Some of the questions were repetitive, as you might expect when you have 4 interviews back-to-back.
- Two questions threw me a bit. One was to describe a goal that you set for yourself, how you went about achieving it, and the results. Another question was similar but asked about a work challenge where you identified a solution to a problem - describe the problem, how you went about fixing it, and the outcome. Answer Question
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What do NASA's space shuttle, Walt Disney World's monorail, and New York City's subway trains have in common? They all use Cooper Bussmann fuses. A division of Cooper Industries, Cooper Bussmann makes a wide range of fuses, along with circuit breakers, surge suppressors, power distribution blocks, fuse panels, and supercapacitors. The company's products are used in the consumer, construction, industrial, and transportation markets. Cooper Bussmann has some 12 manufacturing facilities located in Brazil, China, India, South Korea, the UK, and the US. It sells products...