Mission: A leading minerals supplier sustainably delivering profitable growth and operational excellence in essential applications that enhance lives, including roadway safety, nutrition, water quality and records management services. Innovatively leveraging our advantaged assets and ...
I worked at Compass Minerals full-time
- Management is doing a good job in updating the workplace
- Culture of data driven decisions
- Many initiatives to engage workforce in continuous improvement, safety, etc.
- Misalignment of vision and expectations from top-level to frontline
- Adherence to ambiguous policy makes it difficult to reward top performers
Advice to Management
- Continue to try new things.
- Create visible career paths for all employees throughout the company to encourage long-term retention
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Compass Minerals (Overland Park, KS) in February 2015.
Had an initial phone screening with member from HR. I advanced to next stage and had a phone interview with the hiring manager for the position. I then was told I had advanced to the in-person stage. I traveled out for an in-person interview and everything went great. I met with four to five individuals, all of whom gave positive feedback. I returned home and got a call four to five days later saying the position had been put on hold and did not meet the business needs at this time.
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