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Bob Shipley
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    I worked at Hartz Mountain full-time (More than 10 years)


    good place to work for last 25 years


    they closed the company in 12/2013

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    Brand Manager Interview

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Hartz Mountain.


    I was interviewed by the Directors, the VP for Marketing and the President at that time. Questions asked were very pragmatic, not theoretical, with a keen interest on how I demonstrated certain skill sets and qualities they were looking for. I remember that they wanted to be convinced that I can "roll up my sleeves", deal with ambiguity, and be persevering in conflict situations.

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    • Cite an example of how you had to deal with a serious conflict at work.   1 Answer

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Website www.hartz.com
Headquarters Secaucus, NJ
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2004
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

Hartz has mountains of products for pets! The company makes 1,500-plus pet care products, including nutritional supplements for birds and fish; over-the-counter animal healthcare items; and toys and training aids for dogs and cats. It also caters to ferrets, hamsters, and rabbits. Products are sold through some 40,000 retailers in the US and Canada, and online. (The US is the world's largest market for pet products.) Founded by German immigrant Max Stern in 1926, Hartz Mountain is 51%-owned by Japanese household and pet goods maker Unicharm, which acquired its ... More

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