- RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
I have been working at Legrand full-time (Less than a year)
First real job. Pay is good for me about 40k. Provides Phone experience. Cool electrical products. This is a great place for me to be at this point in my life age24 Pass&Seymour. The staff is supportive and are willing to help you learn on the job.
Tons of products to learn about.That's not really a bad thing. Tech support can be stressful. Not a job for everyone.
Advice to Management
Seems good from here
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Legrand in March 2015.
I applied online through some internship website. I am not sure which of the following websites it was through though: looksharp, internships, and I believe there was one other which escapes me. This was accomplished through a simple google search. I then talked to an HR representative in gerneral detail and background information for about 15 minutes. A few days later I spoke with the head of the development team in a little more specificity but still pretty general and was asked for an in-person interview. This interview was quite easy I thought. I met with the head software developer and the head of the development team. I again discussed background and general information. They wanted to fill the spot quickly so my interview might have been easier than it otherwise might have been. But they were genuinely nice so it was quite easy-going I thought.
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Legrand's low-voltage electrical fittings and wiring accessories provide shock therapy for homes, commercial buildings, and factories. Long known for its light switches, Legrand also makes dimmers, timers, and circuit breakers for nearly every application. Other products include heating controls, audio and video house porters, video security systems, and distribution cabinets. Cable wiring accessories are marketed under the Colring, Lina, and Vikings brand names. US subsidiaries include Pass & Seymour, Ortronics, and The Watt Stopper. Legrand's operations ...