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I really love the work life balance in this company. It gives me the flexibility if there is an emergency that I need to take care of. Great management too!
No cons so far. I really enjoy what I'm doing and the flexibility of the job.
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Lenovo.
First I was contacted by HR by email requesting an interview. Then HR conducted a phone screen and then HR setup a call with the hiring manager, who I spoke with a week later I was brought in to interview in person with a couple different people about a month after that. Altogether it took about 2 months from the time of the first contact with HR to getting a written offer. I wasn't in a big hurry so the timing was fine, but it could be frustrating if there is an urgency to getting through the process faster than a couple months.
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Lenovo may not be considered tech royalty, but it's definitely blue-blooded. The company was already the largest PC maker in the world's most populous country when it acquired IBM's PC operations for approximately $1.75 billion. Six years later, in 2011, it toppled Dell as the world's #2 PC company. Besides desktop and notebook PCs (nearly 95% of sales ...
Mission: Lenovo is not just the #1 PC company in the world anymore. We are transforming into a PC+ company. The market is changing quickly and Lenovo is nimble enough to change with it. Lenovo is now looking to become a global leader in both Mobile phones and Servers. Lenovo recently acquired both Motorola Mobility and IBM x86 Server division This will help us continue to grow by investing in new innovations and technologies.