SRAM Reviews

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Stanley R. Day Jr.
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    Temporary Inspector

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    Former Employee - Inspector  in  Indianapolis, IN
    Former Employee - Inspector in Indianapolis, IN

    I worked at SRAM as a contractor for less than a year


    I loved everything about working there and sorry that they let me go.


    I was brought in as a temp, and had no access to email or company documents to do my job to the best of my ability. My boss was always in meetings and unavailable most of the time. Production workers do not speak English, so gaining necessary knowledge was difficult.

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    Hopefully my successor was a direct hire!

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SRAM Interviews

Updated Sep 2, 2014
Updated Sep 2, 2014

Interview Experience

Interview Experience


Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview


Interview Difficulty


Interview Difficulty




    Design Engineer Interview

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 2 months - interviewed at SRAM.

    Interview Details

    The interview is a day long process where you meet a lot of people which leads to some repeat questions. They do a standard topgrading interview with different folks asking different questions (cultural fit, technical skills, work history, etc).

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SRAM Awards & Accolades

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Best Places to Work, Outside, 2009

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Headquarters Chicago, IL
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1987
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

SRAM International keeps the wheels turning. Its operating company, SRAM, LLC, makes and sells bicycle shifters, derailleurs, brakes, chains, pedals, power meters, and other cycling parts. Its components are used by bicycle manufacturers (some 65% of sales) and sold in the aftermarket to distributors or directly to high-end US bicycle retailers under the SRAM, RockShox, Avid, Truvativ, and Zipp names. The firm's products are sold worldwide (the US accounts for only 15%). SRAM was founded in 1987 by president and CEO Stanley Day, Jr., and has grown through acquisitions... More

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