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Arnold Machinery Overview

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Salt Lake City, UT
201 to 500 employees
1929
Company - Private
Business Services
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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Arnold Machinery helps keep construction on the move. Through its four divisions, the company distributes construction, mining, industrial, and material handling equipment, as well as farm machinery throughout the US. Arnold Machinery also offers used equipment and provides ... Read more

Arnold Machinery Reviews

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    Former Employee - Field Service Technician in Sparks, NV
    Former Employee - Field Service Technician in Sparks, NV
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    I worked at Arnold Machinery full-time (More than 10 years)

    Pros

    Good pay. Company paid family insurance. Nice company service trucks.

    Cons

    Revolving service managers. Every one had a different direction.

    Advice to Management

    Provide training to new service manager. Just don't throw them to the wolves.

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    Their interviews are more like 'herding cattle'. They invite more than one candidate for the same time slot and then sift each candidate between individual interviewers, giving each one a certain amount of time with one interviewer, and then they move them on to a different interviewer after an allotted time. Reminded me a little like the game of 'musical chairs'. It was confusing, humiliating for the interviewees, embarrassing for Arnold, and very unprofessional. I especially found the 'head cattle header' that pointed directions with their fingers, 'no words', where to go, rather amusing.

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    • There were no intellectual questions asked, as the interviewers themselves, clearly have not educated themselves on how to be professional or cordial when conducting an interview.   1 Answer
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