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Family owned. Competitive pay. Has a great location. Informative management team.
small company. no H.R owners linger around
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at TaylorMade-adidas Golf.
It took about 5 days of playing phone tag with the recruiter (and the recruiter rescheduling once), before my phone interview. It seemed odd to me that the recruiter was so unavailable and unwilling to schedule a time over email. The recruiter asked very basic questions (mostly centered around my knowledge about golf and experience related to the position). It was immediately apparent that the recruiter knew nothing about golf, which I found surprising since there was so much focus on it. Pretty quickly into the discussion, the recruiter asked about my current base salary. I replied by asking what the salary range was for the position, which the recruiter declined to share. After the recruiter asked a few different times about my current base salary (it was getting a little confrontational at this point), I shared and explained some other benefits I receive - 401k, free healthcare, stock options, etc. Immediately after I shared my salary she told me the range for the position (which seemed odd because of the initial reluctance to do so), which was 60-75% of my current salary. The interview ended pretty quickly after that.
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TaylorMade-adidas Golf has the drive to be the best in the golf equipment industry. The top golf club maker makes metal drivers and irons (R11, Burner, R500 Series), putters (Spider, Rossa), and balls (Distance Plus, TP Tour) that are sold worldwide. Other products include bags, apparel, and accessories, as well as items for women and kids. It sponsors players on the PGA (Mike Weir), Senior PGA (Gary McCord), European PGA, and LPGA (Se Ri Pak) tours. Gary Adams founded TaylorMade in 1979 after discovering that balls struck by metal drivers travel farther than those struck ...