Air Products will be the safest and most profitable industrial gas company in the world, providing excellent service to our ...
I worked at Air Products full-time
good benefit, free lunch, cafeteria, good working environment
no room for career enhancement
I applied online. I interviewed at Air Products.
I applied for a position online, and after three or four weeks got a call back from the recruiter. It was during business hours, and I was in a meeting, so he left a voicemail as I couldn't take the call. No sweat. I called him back about 5 or 6 times over the course of the next few days, and he was never available. I left two voicemails, but never heard back. Air Products clearly has issues with their recruiting process - it isn't 2008 anymore; if you wait a month or more to contact those who applied, most will not be available anymore and you'll be left with the ones no one wants to hire.
Aside from that, the recruiter clearly either doesn't take his job seriously or is too busy to do it well. Either way, it does not provide a good first impression of the company. Maybe Air Products is stuck back in the '80s and '90s, where they believe interviewing is a one way street. It's just not the way the system works anymore. Maybe not...
Today, people (especially engineers and STEM candidates) look for a company that matches their values, has a good culture, and provides opportunity for growth and advancement. It's astounding how many companies out there today still don't understand this.