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I have been working at Panasonic Avionics Corporation full-time (more than an year)Pros
the best place to work !Cons
the job is the best but the challenge things to dealing the worst supervisor and manager there is no word to put on how much bulling employeesAdvice to ManagementAdvice
if they can ask employees comment about them manager .RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Panasonic Avionics Corporation.Interview Details
I had a phone interview with HR out of Washington. The position is located in Lake Forest, CA. I applied to Panasonic 4x over a period of 3 months. Once for PMIII, 2x for PMII, and once for PMII (Engineering). The PMIII application I submitted a CV instead of resume and that was "noticed." The HR person commented that they really liked it. After the initial contact by HR, the interview process went very fast.
After my initial interview with HR, I was able to progress to a phone interview with a person in Lake Forest. The HR person had fantastic communication with me. HR said they would call me to schedule an on site interview if I passed the phone interview. HR called me within 10 minutes of the phone interview to schedule my on site interview.
On site interview went very well. I first interviewed with Dir. Of Program Mgt. Then I interviewed with Snr Engineer/Snr Business Development person, and finally the Snr. Dir. Of Engineering. The questions were all Program/Project Mgt related. Nothing too hard if you have worked as PM in aerospace for years. All interviews were very comfortable and conversational. They were looking for senior PM that didn't need trained.
I was called 45 minutes after my interview with an offer. I was still driving back from interview! Fastest offer I ever received.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsThey offered more than I asked for on the application. I countered conservatively. They accepted.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
- I was asked about working with global teams and customers and understanding cultural differences. Answer Question
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Panasonic Avionics takes entertainment to new heights. The company, which is a subsidiary of Panasonic Corporation of North America, makes in-flight entertainment and communications systems that allow airborne passengers to get their fix of live TV, movies, music, interactive games, and travel guides. Its Global Communications Suite and X Series offer internet access, telephone service, and broadband connectivity. These systems are usually installed either overhead or in airplane seatbacks. Customers include most commercial airline carriers and aircraft manufacturers, such...