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Love the environment here in Lenexa. Easy interaction with various teams here in KS and in various other office locations. My role deals with various geographies and all of the time zones in the US along with Europe. Everyone is very understanding of each other's time, meaning we have productive meetings! The Executive leadership has been a huge positive from my previous positions with other companies (including one big competitor here in KC). Flexible work arrangements, even though I have a large backlog on my desk, if I need to work from home I can. As far as vacation, I was actually scolded for working while I was on vacation! That was a welcome surprise.
Concerns over the new Enterprise software CEO has left a bad taste in many mouths around here. His track record is not the best or brightest when looking to previous positions and personnel who worked under him.
Advice to Management
Stay the course and don't let the newbies in your realm influence how you treat your existing people.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Lexmark.
Handed them my resume at the career and I was contacted two months later for a phone interview. It was a 45 minute phone interview but we talked for almost 90 minutes. I basically asked him a lot of questions because I liked the work that my interviewer did. It was an awesome conversation.
- I got a call two months after I talked to them at the career fair. It was a simple phone interview. The interviewer was really cool and nice. He asked a few in depth questions about my resume and a few OS technical conceptual questions. So basically the questions were about: caches, OS, multi-threading etc. Know your resume really well and brush up on the OS concepts. Answer Question
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Lexmark International attacks printing with a host of jets and lasers. A leading maker of printers and related supplies, the company provides color, monochrome, and multifunction laser printers; color and multifunction ink jet printers; dot matrix printers; and ink cartridges. Lexmark markets to customers ranging from individual consumers to large organizations in the financial services, government, health care, manufacturing, and retail sectors. Its Perceptive Software subsidiary provides software and services used to manage documents, workflows, imaging, and other...