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Muscatine, IA
1001 to 5000 employees
Unknown
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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    I worked at Bandag full-time

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    Good place to work

    Cons

    Very time consuming not a good home to work balance

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

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    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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