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Atlanta, GA
1001 to 5000 employees
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Company - Private
Industrial Manufacturing
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
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Working at BWAY

Trouble containing yourself? BWAY Holding may be of some help. The company manufactures and distributes metal containers, from aerosol cans to paint cans, steel pails, and specialty boxes. It also makes rigid plastic pails, bottles, drums, and other blow-molded containers. BWAY ... Read more

BWAY Reviews

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  • "Material Handler/Forklift Operator"

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    Former Employee - Material Handler/Forklift Operator
    Former Employee - Material Handler/Forklift Operator
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    I worked at BWAY full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    They take care of their employees with quarterly bonuses, gift cards due to productivity, pizza parties, Christmas raffles.

    Cons

    Employees in other departments not paying attention to oncoming traffic while on their cellphones.

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    Safety

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BWAY Interviews

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    Anonymous Employee in Oak Brook, IL
    Accepted Offer
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at BWAY (Oak Brook, IL) in February 2018.

    Interview

    Applied online through LinkedIn, was reached out to the following week for a phone screen. Passing that, I proceeded to round 1 interview onsite, and passing that, I proceeded to round 2 interviews with other HR personnel and the VP of HR. All personnel were people who the position would work on projects with. The interviews were more of background sharing, projects worked on, and type of HR work exposure. Very few behavioral questions, but more of understanding and explaining previous accomplishments while learning about what the needs would be at the company. The last interview with the VP was much more unconventional, more so to gauge your particular culture fit into the team and company. Very pleasant and professional!

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