Endress + Hauser
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Endress + Hauser full-timePros
The best thing about the organization is the fact that they truly care about their employees. They are a family-owned company that invests in their workers, provides top-of the line benefits, and works to improve every year. The recent addition of the Customer Center in Greenwood, with its on-site clinic, fitness center, and cafeteria (including a Starbucks!) only underscores that. Training is available and encouraged, career growth is supported and planned, and the company is open to innovation and feedback.Cons
Long-tenured employees and sustained financial success means that promotions can be harder to come by than in other similarly-sized companies. Fully autonomous sister companies (also in Greenwood) can make the decision-making process slower.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Keep up the excellent work! It's a pleasure to be a part of the success that you've built. As the company continues to grow, ensure that the family-friendly culture is not lost.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Endress + Hauser in January 2012.Interview Details
Pros: The company site looks new, clean, and a nice place to work.
The interviewers were very friendly, patient, listening, and curious of my diverse background.
Professional communication and interview
Professional job rejection notice
Would have preferred a phone screen interview with the hiring manager first. I drove an hour there and then an hour home for an interview that should that have happened. I blame this partly on myself for not requesting a phone screen first. I was hoping to get a tour of the facility, which did not happen.
Advice to HR: Ask hiring manager to phone screen candidates first.
The job description had a lot of different skills required but they were preferring a C++ expert developer. The job title and description should have been adjusted accordingly.
Skills test on C++ object orientated programming during the interview: OK if you are an expert developer and been warmed up to programming the language in the past 6 months. Code test was very academia, spaghetti code, poorly written, not documented, and hard to read and decipher under pressure of an interview (if you're not fresh with it).
Code tests are OK for on-site interviews but if I knew this was going to be 90% job responsibility, I would have not came to interview.Again, please be courteous to applicants and phone screen before on-site screen.Interview Questions
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Automation is instrumental to Endress + Hauser Holding's measured success. The family-owned company makes instrumentation and measurement systems that monitor flow, pressure, and temperature. Customers use its equipment for various applications, including food, chemical, water, and petroleum production. Along with its products, the company offers consulting, training, and repair services. The company operates through more than 30 locations throughout the world. Three-fifths of sales are in Europe. Endress + Hauser was founded in 1953 by engineer Georg H. Endress and banker...