- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at R.J. Corman Railroad full-time (more than an year)Pros
A really good lunch provided for free.
They care about the health and wellness of their employee's and provide a state of the art gym and various physical fitness classes with instructors!
Have exciting growth opportunities.
100% 401K Matching..who does that anymore?
Great people who are dedicated to their company and have various backgrounds and skills sets which make them valuable in their current role as well as roles they are given.
Small in size which provides opportunites to excel quickly with the right attitude. They do a personality test because they want to hire the right canidate the first time.
Strong support in the local community and other communities.
Hardwork and dedication doesn't go unnoticed it does get rewarded!
They truely do live the vision of putting customers and employees first. If they didn't their expectations wouldn't be so high. Anyone who owned their own business should have the same expectations. But sadly most companies don't which is why some much business goes to other countries now days.
Anyone you talk to who knows about R.J. Corman has nothing but positive things to say about the company and the respect for what Mr. Corman brings to the state of Kentucky.
The company has a family feel but if very different than anywhere else you will ever work.
Beautiful and clean campus and walking trail ...Where you can ride bikes during lunch.
You never get board with your work because you never know what you might be called to do which offers experience in other areas of the business.Cons
Company benefits could be more competitive to better attract and retain new talent especially with the growth potential the company has.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at R.J. Corman Railroad in September 2010.Interview Details
I e-mailed the Director of Human Resources and told her I was interested in the job. She replied telling me to send her my resume, and said she would inform as to whether I would be considered. She replied in a matter of days, and we set up a telephone interview. She told me at the end of the phone interview that she was interested in meeting me in person. I drove up to Nicholasville two weeks later and had an interview with her and one other Human Resources employee. They were incredibly laid back and the interview went by very smoothly. No tough questions, they mainly just wanted to know about my college experience: classes I enjoyed the most and why, what the town was like, what interested me about R. J. Corman, etc.
The next phase, which happened one hour later that day, was an interview with the company VP. She was also very nice and accommodating, albeit a bit intense and intimidating in her general demeanor.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsThere was no negotiation.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
- Nothing out of the ordinary happened during the entire interview process. Answer Question
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