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I have been working at Watts Water Technologies full-time (More than a year)
People I work with are great. No micro-managing. My manager is always open to a discussion, welcomes my ideas and supports good life-work balance.
No trainings when I came to this company, and I had to define my own role. My job responsibilities do not match my title.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Watts Water Technologies.
I sent in my resume after trying to look for employment for weeks I tried first via agency the agency lied to my telling the peg board test was a minimum of completing 20 in one minute I finished 8 feeling slow I applied directly received a email stating they was inviting me to a job fair. I went there talked briefly to a supervisor about my past experiences an he was impressed with my overall history I was hired on the spot the peg minimuthey only wanted 10 not 20 which they give you three tries I completed 8 the first time 10 the second an 12 the third time only thing I can stress is don't be nervous you will always get better the more you complete the task I then received a email shortly informing me I'm going to hired full-time I'm excited to work with them employer hopefully everything works out for the best
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This company really knows how to keep its head above water. Watts Water Technologies manufactures a number of valves used to maintain the quality, conservation, and flow control of water, be it in a residential, commercial, industrial, or municipal setting. It also makes water quality products, such as backflow preventers and filtration systems, water pressure regulators, and drainage devices. The lineup is sold under brands FEBCO, Flo Safe, Orion, Powers, and Sea Tech. Watts' operations are found in North America, Europe, and, to a lesser extent, China. Almost 65% of ...