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Benefits, people, company car. great place to have worked until merger took place
merger. Murray Kessler and the sale of the company. BEWARE
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management was good
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Lorillard (Dorchester, SC).
Was called by a manager trainee, and asked if I were still interested in the job, etc.. Asked 5-6 basic questions to ensure I was serious about the job (does the salary meet your financial requirements, etc.) Then was scheduled for a online personality test of about 50-60 questions which were answered on a scale of (highly disagree - highly agree) Then was finally scheduled for an in person interview. Was brought into a hotel conference center w/ Division Manager, Assistant Division Manager, and Regional Manager. Atmosphere was friendly and professional Asked basic interview questions (what makes you the best candidate for the job, etc.)
- What makes you the best candidate for this job? 1 Answer
There was no negotiation in salary. I knew about this before hand from a friend. Apparently if you asked for a negotiated salary, your interview was cut short because it was non-negotiable.
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Money smells of menthol at Lorillard, the #3 cigarette maker in the US (behind Philip Morris USA and Reynolds American). Newport, Lorillard's leading brand, is the best-selling menthol cigarette and second-top selling cigarette brand in the US. It accounts for about 90% of Lorillard's sales. Other brands include the premium and discount lines of Kent, Max, Old Gold, True, and Maverick. The company sells its lineup to wholesale distributors (who cater to retail and chain stores, and government agencies). Lorillard was known as the Carolina Group until 2008, when ...