- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Graphic Packaging Holding full-time (more than 8 years)Pros
good pay, ok benefits, staff is nice.Cons
long hours, multiple attitudes, favoritism among management and staffAdvice to ManagementAdvice
communicate more with staff about what is going onRecommendsNeutral Outlook
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Graphic Packaging Holding in October 2014.Interview Details
I applied online and heard from HR a few weeks after. Had a 30 minute conversation/phone screen with HR who asked some basic behavior based questions and had me go through my resume. I followed up twice and after the 2nd email, the HR contact let me know that I would be contacted by the hiring manager. A week later I still hadn't heard back from the manager so I emailed HR once more who informed me that the manager had called and left a message. I didn't receive any voicemails from the manager. However, he did email me right away and we proceeded to schedule a phone interview.
The interview with the manager was actually the director of Supply Chain. Interview lasted 16 minutes and I was surprised it wasn't more structured. He asked me the following questions, and I was surprised none of them were behavior based:
1. Company works in a fast-paced and demanding environment, what is your experience with that? Can you handle it?
2. We work in teams all the time - what is your experience with that?
3. What is the biggest challenge you see in this role?
4. What do you like about this role/company?
5. What are your thoughts on relocation?
6. What kind of salary do you have in mind?
I asked him what the hiring process is and he said if I move onto the next round it will be on site panel interviews.Interview Questions
No OfferAverage Interview
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Ever toted a 12-pack home? If so, you can appreciate Graphic Packaging Holding Company's (GPHC) work. Operating subsidiary Graphic Packaging International (GPII) is a leading maker of laminated, coated, and printed packaging such as beverage carriers, cereal boxes, microwavable food packaging, and detergent cartons. Its two business segments include flexible packaging and paperboard packaging, the latter of which generates most of GPII's sales. The company also produces strength, promotional, and barrier packaging. Customers include Kraft Foods, Anheuser-Busch, Molson...