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I worked at Maersk Line full-time (Less than a year)
Great company with great benefits as well as great coworkers. Plenty of opportunity for growth.
A lot of micromanagement from supervisors. Seemed as if they did not do any work or knew what was going on. Supervisors relied heavily on teams to know what was going on and to make them look good.
Advice to Management
Learn what your team is doing. Actually work instead of walk around micromanaging and talking on your cell phones.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Maersk Line (The Woodlands, TX).
Typical - quick and painless. I received a call from the HR rep in New Jersey. We had a 20 minute phone interview where she asked me generic questions such as tell me what you currently do, why are you looking to leave, what are your plans/goals, describe yourself, etc. She then invited me for a face-to-face interview at the local office in The Woodlands, TX (Houston). Met with 2 people at the same time, took about 45 minutes and asked more behavioral and typical interview questions. Very laid back and easy-going. A few days later I received a call from the HR rep with an offer. From the time I had my initial interview to the time they called to let me know the background/drug test was clear and discussed a start date, took about 2 weeks.
- Average interview questions (Why Maersk, tell me about a conflict, what systems do you use, etc). Answer Question
Easy, received a response the very next day.
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Maersk A/S, better known as Maersk Line, can barely contain itself. It is one of the world's leading marine container shipping companies and a core operating division of Danish conglomerate A.P. Møller - Mærsk. Maersk Line globally transports general goods and commodities, as well as refrigerated, hazardous, and oversized cargo, via a fleet of more than 500 containerships with an overall capacity of about 3.4 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units). Maersk Line and sister company Damco, a logistics and freight forwarding services provider, are part of A.P. Møller ...