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- Senior Management
I have been working at Textron Systems full-time (More than 10 years)
Individuals are all treated like responsible adults and are offered the flexibility to flex time when necessary.
The company has been going through some downsizing due to the shutdown of a production line .
Advice to Management
Figure out a smart way to minimize unnecessary costs and get nee products into production.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Textron Systems (Wilmington, MA) in November 2014.
I went to an info session at my university and got an interview, which was all behavioral. About a week later I got a phone interview which lasted about 20 minutes and was all behavioral again. A couple days later I got offered an onsite interview. They messed up my paperwork and I ended up having to interview at another facility and for a job that was outside my skill set. The onsite interview was a room full of 12 interviewers that everyone talked to 1 on 1 for 30 minutes and then rotated to another interviewer. Everyone did three 30 minute interviews; the interviews were 95% talking about my resume. Only one interviewer asked me a technical question. They said they would have an answer by the end of the day or the day after, but I got email a week later saying the were unable to contact me and I didn't get the position. Overall the process was pretty easy but I got screwed by errors in there system.