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Worthington Industries Overview

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Headquarters Worthington, OH
Size 10000+ Employees
Founded 1955
Type Company - Public (WOR)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown
Worthington Industries is a leading global diversified metals manufacturing company with 2014 fiscal year sales of $3.1 billion. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Worthington is North America’s premier value-added steel processor providing customers with wide ranging ... More

Mission: Our philosophy is based on the Golden Rule; we treat our employees, customers, suppliers and shareholders as we would like to be treated.

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Worthington Industries Chairman and CEO John P. McConnell
John P. McConnell
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  • It's all about people

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    Current Employee - Human Resources Representative in Delta, OH
    Current Employee - Human Resources Representative in Delta, OH
    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at Worthington Industries full-time (More than 5 years)


    Culture, culture, CULTURE! The Golden Rule based philosophy is the backbone of the company. Want to read it? Go to www.worthingtonindustries.com!


    I'm sure there are people that could find something, but I really cannot. Great company, great people, great culture!

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    IT Project Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Worthington, OH
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    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Worthington Industries (Worthington, OH) in September 2015.


    It was pretty grueling but everyone was very nice. I used two days of paid time off from my current employer to interview with 14, yes 14 people. Initial contact was made by the hiring manager, not HR which I found to be different and nice. He then contacted me to tell me I'd made it to the next round which involved two separate panel interviews. The first was myself and four individuals and the second involved myself and three additional would-be peers. I was then called back the following week for another round with the Sr. Management team, another 5 individuals in 5 separated 1:1 discussions. I actually received a standing ovation in one panel interview because I was told I was the only one to get a question right. I was also told this by another interviewer. I was ultimately passed over because they didn't feel I'd put up with the chaotic environment for very long and felt another candidate would. It took them about 4 days to get back to me after the final round of interviews and I really appreciated the fact that they called vs. sending a rejection email.

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    • They really seemed to focus on seeing if I was a good fit for the team environment. I was asked why I was looking for new employment several times and why I wanted to work there.   1 Answer

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  • Fortune 500, Fortune, 2015
  • Winning Company, 2020 Women on Boards, 2014
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