Rolf C. Hagen

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Rolf C. Hagen Reviews

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    Hard work and heavy expectations

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Edmonton, AB (Canada)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Edmonton, AB (Canada)

    I have been working at Rolf C. Hagen full-time

    Pros

    Pleasant work place, challenging work load. Talents recognized. Management working to change and grow. Implementation of necessary systems important to the company.

    Cons

    No true job description so expectations are over all knowledge and ability to do all. Company has difficulty seeing separation between sales and production.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take the time to implement proper structure including job expectations. Recognize work load abilities within the positions you have established.

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Rolf C. Hagen Interviews

Updated Dec 26, 2014
Updated Dec 26, 2014

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    Accounts Payable/Payroll Associate Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Mansfield, MA
    Anonymous Employee in Mansfield, MA
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 3 daysinterviewed at Rolf C. Hagen.

    Interview Details

    I was called in for an interview for the next day. The morning of interview I was called again the day of interview and told that the "controller" could not make the original scheduled interview time and ask if I could come in in 1 hour. I quickly got ready and made it over there. As I walked into to working area you could of cut the tension with a knife. Nobody looked happy and the silence was deafening. I was told that the woman whose position they are filling gave her two weeks notice and would be leaving the following Monday. I was also told that they are under a new manager who has and is making changes. By the atmosphere you could tell this was not for the better. No one smiled, they all seemed very unhappy and quite frankly, a little pised off. I was asked how I handled "strong personalities" in the work place. That the people in this office have been here a long. long time and are very comfortable and not too good with change. I interviewed with a girl who seemed very friendly but could tell she is overworked and not too happy. She also told me that although she would be my overseer and that I would be working under her that I also would be working under the "controller" who also wanted to meet me and ask me more "technical" questions. My interview was complete with this first girl and she kept telling me that the"controller" would be in shortly to take me into her office. Now this is the same woman who had me come in 4 hours earlier than the day before arrange scheduled interview time. After leaving the office continually to check to see if this other woman was ready to speak with me, a very long awkward 15 minutes went by. Each time after returning to check to see if the "controller" was ready I was told that she was on the phone and this poor girl seemed a bit flustered. I got there at 11:30am for the interview with this first girl and by 11:40, we were done and waiting. Finally at 12:20, 40 minutes of awkward waiting the girls phone rang and she quickly got up to go see the "controller".2 minutes later she cam back into the room closed the door behind her and I was told that the controller was called into a meeting and that we could not complete the rest of the interview.... THE STRANGEST INTERVIEW OF MY LIFE! I walked out so confused and while I was getting ready to pull out of their parking lot, the girl who I just left was walking to her car not looking to happy. Another bad point was the duties explained far past the duties of a
    Accounts Payable/Payroll Associate, it had so many to list but way more than the normal Accounts Payable/Payroll Associate positio. Oh and the kicker, $12.00/hr to start..

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    • This was the strangest most upsetting interview I have ever been on in my life. I do not and would never recommend going for this position. There appears to be a struggle of leadership in this department and with the new management taking over, employees LOOKED MISERABLE!!   Answer Question
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Website www.hagen.com
Headquarters Baie-D'Urfé, Canada
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1975
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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