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Santiago (Chile)
10000+ employees
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Government
Mining & Metals
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Codelco is a different kind of high-energy copper top. State-owned Corporación Nacional del Cobre de Chile (Codelco) is one of the world's top producer of copper (along with Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold and others), controlling some ... Read more

Codelco Reviews

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Diego Hernández Cabrera
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  • "good place to be before retiring. a bad place for people with ambitions"

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    Pros

    good health benefits. sometimes bonuses are quite reasonable.

    Cons

    The president. He knows nothing on mining. Company very difficult to get promotions. injustices

    Advice to Management

    think on the long term, on the people who does the job and make you earn money.

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Codelco Interviews

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    Senior Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Santiago (Chile)
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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Codelco (Santiago (Chile)) in May 2014.

    Interview

    I was contacted by how would become my boss eventaully. What I found interesting was the fact of been placed once again in a big company with major issues to solve. My boss saw it the same way. He was looking for a person that didnt came from the HR worl but instead was looking for someone competent enough to be able to deal with the complexity of what need to change.
    We chatted around for like 4 hours talking about issues and things that needed to be developed in order to imporve what was needed. After that I underwent a lot of HR test and eventually was given a letter of offer.

    Interview Questions

    • How much are you willing to move for?   1 Answer
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