- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at ToshibaPros
Management is very attentive, listens to concerns. Tries to give everyone the learning curve.Cons
Not a lot of interaction amongs employees. They seem to stay in their cubicles and let the day slip away.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Keep on doing what you're doing!RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Toshiba in May 2014.Interview Details
Contacted by Two recruiters and the wait was a month. A friend was working there with the same position in 2011. Interview with a new hired manager and he was so cool and nice. Never even ask me about any technical question . I have 20 plus years experience. It seems that he was nice and a joker. I feel at home.
The second interviewer was a Director/Manager. He has been there for maybe 12 plus years. All he asked me was how do I monitor phone systems. I have been in this field for many years and knows not to give out my skills if company do not even have monitoring tools. Actually if they read this , Cisco comes with real-time monitoring tools. Figure it out your self sir.
I wear my nice suite with my shining shoes to impress but the interview wore a golf T-shirt. How exciting.
Not much technical question and I left with a great smile. I myself was so myself and friendly. I guess they do not like that.
Got information the follow day, I was not fit for the position. WOW!!!!
I think I know why. I asked the interview , how many people in the team and he said "you are looking at him"
One man operation an work your butt out. That maybe the reason my friend left and I thought I will be working with him. He also was gone.The previous engineer also got fired and I saw his profile in Linked that he was really a nice qualified engineer. He work his way up from UPS and got a degree and experience. Probably internal politics got him fired. He probably got sick working there.
Actually I do not want to travel to the dangerous Columbia (Bogota) and would turn down the job. I also do not plan to work over-time. I am debt free and do not need that much cash.
I guess they do not like my answer to my high goals in 5 years. I am not fit for the job so they said.Interview Questions
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Toshiba products play an active role, be it in computing, controlling, powering, or communicating -- transporting, playing, or even just chillin'. The company's portfolio includes personal and professional computers (PCs, point-of-sale systems), telecommunications and medical equipment (LCDs for mobile devices, X-ray machines), industrial machinery (power plant reactors, elevators), consumer appliances (air conditioners, Blu-ray Disc recorders), electronic components (electron tubes, batteries), and semiconductors. Its portfolio also includes air traffic control and...