Doesn't RecommendNeutral Outlook
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Luvata full-time (More than 3 years)
It is a large company with good benefits. Comfortable work environment and lots of good people in all departments.
Lack of connection between departments. Poor planning and communication. Lack of direction from upper management as well as a lack of commitment to employee and new business development.
Advice to Management
Abandon the antiquated management style of last century and embrace modern technology.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Luvata in August 2013.
Recruiter emails me saying that he's following up w/ me about this position that we discussed (this never happened, but I wasn't going to pass up a potential job offer). He sends me the info. He calls and texts me every day up until the day b4 the interview...non-stop basically trying to sell me the job position and how great the company is. He kept harping me about speaking up more and have a conversation w/ the interviewers. He sends me samples interview questions to study from along w/ the names of the 3 interviewers. Day of the interview, 2/3 persons were part of the conference call interview. 1 was HR and 1 was engineering.
- None, really. But they were pretty hung up on my design engineering background and experience, whereas the position was mainly process engineering (of which is my most recent experience). Answer Question
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Luvata smelts and refines copper mainly for markets in Europe and the US. Products include copper rods, bars, sheets, plates, strips, wire, and tubes. Its operations include Rolled Products; Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Tubes; and Luvata Heat Transfer Solutions, which makes HVAC components like heat exchangers, air conditioning units, and food storage refrigeration products. Private equity firm Nordic Capital owns Luvata, having bought the company from Outokumpu in 2005. The following year it changed its name to Luvata, which is a Finnish word meaning to promise. Luvata ...