- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Dyson part-time (more than a year)Pros
Excellent product training, regular tutorials for better product understanding and marketing, flexible schedule, good compensation and available benefits, additional demonstration shift opportunities, close proximity to work locations and the opportunity to demonstrate the best product on the market.Cons
Limited opportunities for advancement due to the dedication and loyalty of the employees to the company, and the company to its employees. Physical demands of standing for extended periods can become problematic for those with physical limitations.Advice to ManagementAdvice
My only advice to Dyson corporate would be to expand the demonstrator corps in major markets for the simplest of reasons, that when consumer merely look at price tags or pretty pictures and marketing hyperbole on product boxes, they don't get to know the Dyson difference.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Dyson.Interview Details
The interviewing process was very straightforward, but it's important to be on your toes. My interviewers knew exactly what they were looking for in a candidate. So, if you're the right fit, they'll be able to tell right away. It's important to have some idea of the company culture. They're looking for active additions, not job fillers.Interview Questions
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- What's your favorite invention? Answer Question
Inventors. Heroes. Wrong thinkers. Problem solvers. Dyson is a place for the unconventional.
Frustrated with a Hoover that lost its suction, 20 years ago James Dyson founded Dyson from a coach house in the southwest of England. 5,127 prototypes later, he perfected the technology behind the world’s first vacuum that didn’t lose suction. Dyson now holds over 3,500 patents...
Mission: We start with a problem. Something that frustrates or nags because it doesn't work properly. Then we figure out how to make it work better.