I have been working at Bella full-time (Less than a year)
The people are a lot of fun to work with. Several coming from all kinds of background. The company is small so you tend to get very close to people in all departments. The owners are always around so you get a chance to converse a lot on down time. alot of breaks are given and you have plenty of opportunities to run off for a quick snack break through out the day. Opportunity to advance.
Everything is consistently making it harder to keep production up, the pay is also based off of production so you tend to lose money when the company makes changes. When intake is low you get thrown around from department to department, not knowing if you will even get paid sufficiently. The owners give out constant demands that add stress on the work environment. Standards can be held really high, sometimes unreachable to continue to help satisfy your own personal needs as well as the company. While there is opportunity to gain more responsibility to move up in the company, it is sometimes a curse because you get unloaded a while lot of unnecessary stress that is impossible to handle.
Advice to Management
Be more understanding of employees working for the company, take notice in the fact that if you base payment around production amount, then turn around and force unrealistic standards onto employees there will be stress in the work place.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Bella.
it took about three hours in a Japanese-funded enterprises
first their HR asked me some basic info, test my language, and checked on me with intelligence test
second their worker in financial department question me with some situational problems
last they test me with professional exam, about three pages. not too hard but i just cant finish
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