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I worked at ICL Performance Products as a contractor (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
ICL keeps close tabs on all their entities, so knowing the cost analysis of your project is a strong, however my manager didn't share any of this with me.
They started a new project without knowing whether it was ready to go into production or not. I didn't have tools, inventory, or even a finished shop. It took 4 months to get me all the parts I needed, and I ended up spending $500 of my own money just so I could get it going. I didn't have a bathroom or water on site. Nobody was doing any sales, and I was laid off because costs for production were too high. They didn't do their homework and neither did I. It was a bad choice.
Advice to Management
Get more personally involved with managers that don't have a track record. Talk to your other personnel.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at ICL Performance Products.
Phone screening with HR, followed by phone interview with hiring manager, followed by onsite interview with hiring manager and others in the department. The entire process was very professional and pleasant.
- They tend to ask behavioral questions, such as tell me about a time where things do not go as planned/ how did you deal with it? Answer Question
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ICL Performance Products LP is phosphorific! The North American unit of the performance products segment of Israel Chemicals Limited (ICL), it produces phosphorus chemicals, phosphoric acid, and phosphate salts. The chemicals are used in foods, cleaners, water treatment, flat-panel displays, oral care products, paints and coatings, and pharmaceuticals. The company also manufactures flame retardants. ICL Performance Products operates plants in Brazil and the US (California, Kansas, Missouri, and New Jersey). It represents about a quarter of its parent's total business.