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I worked at Sandvik Materials Technology full-time
It is fantastic that The Board realized the Olaf was an empty, entitled stooge. When Olaf made his introductory tour in 2011, he said that change was needed because the Sandvik share was underperforming. He proceeded to crash the share and scramble the company. This guy should never run another company - he views himself as royalty when he is more like Ronald McDonald. Company history will log his tenure as a terrible mistake.
New Sandvik CEO is an unknown entity. Hopefully, he is of the "old school" Sandvik cloth.
Advice to Management
Sandvik is a great company with a wonderful history. Tremendous materials skills - best in the World! Let the good people work and growth and profits will follow. Embrace your talent and expertise - tell people that they have security and work for a company that has vision and stability rather than Faxander chaos.
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Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at Sandvik Materials Technology (Haryāna (India)) in July 2010.
1. Was contacted by the organisation 2. IQ test 3. 1:1 interview with Local country manager 4. Second 1:1 interview with Global HR manager 5. Selection
Did not negotiate. Accepted offer as is.
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Sandvik Materials Technology is a world-leading developer and manufacturer of products in advanced stainless steels and special alloys for the most demanding environments, as well as products and systems for industrial heating.
Mission: Our products and services contribute to our customers' productivity, process reliability and cost efficiency while often reducing the environmental impact in a wide variety of industry segments. In partnership with customers, we jointly develop products and materials that meet the challenges of the future.