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Employee friendly company, like to work with Ingenico
Need to improve transparency in system and try to rotate employee
Advice to Management
Management need to involve more at country level and relocate employee from one country to another for global exposure
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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(Translated from English)
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Ingenico Group (Paris (France)) in January 2012.
J'ai passé cinq entretiens au total (avec le chasseur de têtes, trois cadres moyens et le vice-président du marketing). Le processus est clairement répétitif et chaque candidat se voyait poser les mêmes questions. Ils m'ont demandé mes deux études de marché pour tester mes capacités et ma motivation. Globalement, je dirais que le processus était long, mais pas difficile.
I had 5 interview in total (Head hunter, 3 middle managers and the VP marketing. The process is clearly repetitive and each interviewed were asking the same questions. They asked my two Marketing studies to test my capacities and my motivation. At a global point of view, I would say that the process was long, but not difficul.
- Ils m'ont demandé de faire l'analyse de deux études de cas sans donner trop de précision... C'était donc un peu difficile de comprendre quelles étaient leurs attentes. They asked to do two business cases analysis without giving a detailed demand ... So it was a little difficult to understand what were their expectations. Answer Question
Ils ont accepté mes prétentions salariales sans négociation.
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Forget ringing cash registers -- the sound of sliding plastic is music to Ingenico's ears. The company makes electronic payment and credit authorization systems, including point-of-sale terminals, portable systems, and PC-based systems for offices. Ingenico also makes online payment systems and smartcard readers. Its products are used for banking, health care, hospitality, retail, and vending applications. The company has more than 15 million terminals in some 125 countries; Europe and the Americas account for the majority of sales. Ingenico has added a number of...