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Innovative, successful and challenging company. Growing and expanding due to relentless focus on customer. Outstanding leadership. Sustainability focus is second to none. Five Star company to be working for.
Rapid expansion is challenging and outpacing support personnel. In constant promotion, recruiting, hiring mode. We spend a majority of our time recruiting, training our employees and promoting our superstars into positions of greater responsibility. Fast paced, high energy environment. No company for the lazy who just want a job. Pratt will eat you alive if you don't bring your "A" game each and every day!
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Never lose sight of our relentless focus on the customer. Quality, service, on time delivery is the king above all other.
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Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Pratt Industries USA.
The first step was a phone interview with the controller which was very relaxed and open. The questions were more focused on personality and availability than accounting. The next step was a group interview with all of the accounting team (assistant controllers). They all were very good at rotating questions and we finished with an interesting puzzle.
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Pratt Industries (USA) doesn't mill around when it comes to recycling and caring for the environment. The company rivals the world's largest privately held manufacturers of recycled paper and packaging. Pratt bridges seven divisions: recycling, mills, corrugating, converting, displays, packaging systems, and national accounts. Its products, which include container board and corrugated sheets, are sold to clients such as Rubbermaid and Pringles. Pratt Industries operates some 50 plants in about 20 states in the US and Mexico. Founded in 1948 by Leon Pratt, grandfather of...