Honda of America Mfg.

  www.ohio.honda.com
  www.ohio.honda.com
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    Former Employee - Purchasing Co-Op  in  East Liberty, OH
    Former Employee - Purchasing Co-Op in East Liberty, OH

    I worked at Honda of America Mfg. as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    Great people to work with and making very reliable cars

    Cons

    Not very flexible and not able to advance as fast to other roles or becoming a supervisor or manager. The pay is low as well.

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Honda of America Mfg. Interviews

Updated Aug 29, 2014
Updated Aug 29, 2014

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    Anonymous Employee  in  Marysville, OH
    Anonymous Employee in Marysville, OH
    Application Details

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 months - interviewed at Honda of America Mfg. in April 2014.

    Interview Details

    I have interviewed TWICE with honda, the first time I went through the whole process through a recruiter. Passed the phone interview, met all the requirements to attain the position and even went on site. Expenses all paid by Honda, the position was an entry level position with little to no real technical requirements. The interview was very basic, STAR questions from start to finish (creative huh?). I was almost positive that I was going to get the job until 2 weeks later my RECRUITER EMAILED me saying "I interviewed well but the other candidate was 'technically' stronger." I don't really know what they mean by that seeing as though the only anything relating to technical requirement was MS office, Excel?? I was not technically strong enough to attain a "powerpoint/excel engineering position". Nevertheless I tried again and go figure I get yet another call that Honda is interested in me and wanted to interview me again. I gave it a shot, 3.5 weeks later not a single email or call.. Is that really a way to treat your "talent" base? I suppose this is also reflected in the overall image of the company. Dead set and absolutely adamant on ideas that will give more profit and less and less innovation with each passing year. Old school company, outdated concepts, morals and values and hopelessly uninspiring in the current market. Honda is not what I thought it would be like in person and most definitely not even a fraction of what it once originally stood for. I think these seemingly negative experiences were ultimately for the best, thanks but no thanks Honda. I will take my interests and talents elsewhere, making powerpoints and Excel spreadsheets didn't exactly look like a very promising career path for me anyway.

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Website www.ohio.honda.com
Headquarters Marysville, OH
Size 5000+ Employees
Operated By Honda
Founded 1982
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Toyota, Nissan, Ford Motor

Boast, build, and sell: Honda of America Mfg. makes vehicles said to be as unconventional as their plants. Its four Ohio plants produce Honda automobiles, engines, and transmissions. The company's Marysville Auto Plant assembles the Acura TL and RDX and the Accord coupe and sedan. Its eco-designed East Liberty plant produces the Honda CR-V and Accord Crosstour. Together, Honda of Americas' two assembly plants have annual capacity of 700,000 vehicles, which are sold primarily in North America. In addition, the company's auto engine plant, its Anna facility, produces four... More

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