- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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The company is very much about their employees, so they take care of their employees. Leadership gives you ample opportunity to grow in a participatory environment if you have a genuine interest and want to work towards your professional-development goals-- no matter where you are on the totem pole.
The company is more than 100 years old, so many employees have been there for decades. Since ESCO has three divisions (and corporate), it tends to become very segmented and confusing. This is especially true when communicating with their employees from the top-down.
Advice to Management
Continue working on improving communication with employees; attract younger talent by educating students at schools/colleges/universities.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at ESCO.
Multi-level interview process with various engineering groups. Individual and panel interviews included. Common sense, timed engineering test administered by the Engineering Manager. Be prepared to be challenged by engineers with various problem solving questions and questioned from all angles.
- Brainstorm as many ways possible to join two steel plates together Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
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ESCO is well ensconced as a global manufacturer of metal parts, castings, and components for industrial machinery. It operates through two segments: engineered products (84% of sales) and turbine technologies (16%). Mining customers account for 60% of sales for ESCO's engineered products, which include crusher wear-parts and bi-metallic buttons, as well as screens, blocks, tooth systems, and other heavy parts that hit the dirt and wear out. Turbine technologies makes cast parts such as blades and vanes used in the aerospace and power generation industries. ESCO was founded...