Worthington Industries

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Headquarters Columbus, OH
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (WOR)
Industry Business Services
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

At least when it comes to steel, Worthington Industries may be considered a shape-shifter. One of the largest steel processors in the US, Worthington Industries shapes and processes flat-rolled steel for industrial customers, including automotive, appliance, and machinery companies. The company also forms flat-rolled steel to exact customer specifications, filling a niche not usually served by steelmakers and steel service centers with limited processing capabilities. Worthington's subsidiaries make products such as pressure cylinders, metal framing, and automotive panels... More

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Employees are “Satisfied”   29 ratings


95% Approve of the CEO   19 ratings

Worthington Industries Chairman and CEO John P. McConnell

John P. McConnell

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  Current Financial Analyst in Columbus, OH

Pros: -part time work during the school year
-do actual work to help the company
-learn an immense amount about corporate finance and the business world
-everyone is friendly and willing to help
-company is continuously growing
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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Columbus, OH – Reviewed Feb 17, 2013

Interview Details – Visited company during a career fair. Had a brief phone interview attempting to understand interest level and qualifications. Next step was an hour long in-person interview. The interview was 3-on-1 and consisted of a run through of my resume and other behavioral/situational questions. It was a…Full Interview

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