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I have been working at Dyson full-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsNeutral OutlookRecommendsNeutral Outlook
I worked for Dyson as a full-time Territory Sales Manager for almost 4 years. Overall, it was a very positive experience in that there was always new technology being introduced and new products being launched. My salary was relatively competitive and their employee benefits package is outstanding.
Nothing specific to share that's not something one encounters within almost any organization. Some personalities weren't a great fit for the job they were hired to do and some members of upper management had enormous egos. None of this detracted from my job satisfaction on a day-to-day basis.
Advice to Management
Try to be more in-tune with regard to really hearing employee feedback.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Dyson (Chicago, IL).
Overall the interview process went well I was Called by the HR Specialist to have a phone interview. At the end of our discussion she asked to setup an in-person interview. When I got there I interviewed with two people who would be on my team for 30 minutes each. It was exactly 30 minutes and both interviewers seemed rushed to get it over with. A week and a half later I was called to setup a second round interview where I would be presenting a PowerPoint based on a project I was given ahead of time. They basically just want to see how you analyze data. I returned to present and it was roughly 45 minutes. I received a phone call a week later that they went with another candidate.
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.