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I worked at Halma full-time (More than 3 years)
If you are working for a division that is profitable it's a good place to work.
However parent company unsurprisingly prioritizes shareholder value so be sure to do your due diligence about the profitability of company and business unit you plan to join.
Advice to Management
Holding company model doesn't lend itself to shared services. I admire Halma corporate management for focusing on value added management.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Halma.
I applied through my college job board. First there was an online evaluation test followed by a phone interview, followed by a day long on-site recruitment process with three interviews and a group activity. The interviews were conducted by CEO's of their subsidiary companies which was a very good experience.
- The questions were primarily behavioral. One of the three interviews was resume based, but most of the process was to check the culture fit and if you are smart enough for the job. The position is rotational and promises good visibility. The people were very friendly and a very good experience overall. Answer Question
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Protection and detection are the common themes at Halma. Through about 40 operating companies and three segments, Halma manufactures and markets products that are designed to improve public and personal health and manage water (Health and Analysis), detect hazards to protect buildings (Infrastructure Sensors), and protect people in industrial work environments (Industrial Safety). Specific products include medical optics devices, water quality test kits, fire and smoke detectors, elevator safety sensors, access control locks, and gas detectors. Halma operates worldwide ...