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I worked at Lindt & Sprüngli full-time (Less than a year)
The people are great. Managers at the Stratham NH plant are nice, and mix with the other workers. The operation is pretty seamless, clean, and the employees are generally happy. They even pay for your college if you want to! Awesome
Free chocolate? I mean, come one. They should set a serious policy that prevents me from gorging myself on chocolate (sarcasm)
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Keep up the good work,
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Lindt & Sprüngli (New York, NY).
It was a long, drawn out process that was unorganized. -Initial interview in person with the recruiter -Second interview with hiring manager (eventually was told he was no longer the hiring manager) -Third interview was five hours. It was not scheduled appropriately and I had to wait in the lobby while another candidate was interviewed. Interviewers seemed unprepared and were often late and disorganized. One interviewer bad mouthed their prior employer. I got varying answers on expectations of the role. The job changed while I was interviewing and I felt too uncertain to want to continue.
- The majority of the questions were to describe what something meant on my resume. I had very few behavioral type questions, even from HR Answer Question
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Lindt & Sprüngli sells its premium smooth chocolates worldwide through its own Lindt stores, independent distributors, and online. Lindt's brand names include Caffarel, Ghirardelli, Lindor, and Lindt. Its products range from boxed assortments to bars, individually wrapped pieces, and, of course, chocolate Easter bunnies -- including the company's perennially popular Gold Bunnies. The 165-year-old company has eight production plants, six in Europe and two in the US.