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Muscatine, IA
1001 to 5000 employees
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Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industrial Manufacturing
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Cooper Tire & Rubber, Goodyear, Michelin

Working at Bandag

It might be a tired cliché to say that Bridgestone Bandag is on a roll, but the company does deal in tires. Bridgestone Bandag makes precured tread rubber, as well as equipment and supplies for retreading tires for trucks, buses, cars, and industrial and off-road ... Read more

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    Current Employee - Windows Engineer in Muscatine, IA
    Current Employee - Windows Engineer in Muscatine, IA
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    I have been working at Bandag (More than a year)

    Pros

    Everything about the Muscatine Office is great. Good people to work with, Building is very nice. Free lunches sometimes, Free Drinks(Not Soda but Coffee, Water, Tea so on.) Nice bathrooms with quality toilet paper got to have that.

    Cons

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    Advice to Management

    Keep up the PPTW stuff. Keep striving to make a better work place.

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    Application

    I applied in-person. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Bandag.

    Interview

    I had a phone interview that asked a couple brief questions about my resume. I got a face to face interview by the end of the phone call. My face to face interview consisted of 7 department heads and an hourly production employee. They each took turns asking me questions from their packet and writing down my answers. This was a nerve racking interview just due to the fact of all the people involved but I got through it like a pro. The managers all seemed very down to earth and made small talk after the interview To change the mood of the room. I was then shown the factory floor and how it is operated. The only bad thing about the process is I was never contacted further about the position. This company is now owned by Bridgestone. You think a big company like that would at least give feedback if I didn't get the job. Otherwise seemed like a good place to work.

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