I have been working at Continental full-time (More than 5 years)
-A lot of systems which makes you have process under control
-Work from home once per week
-Free spirit company no micromanagement. Well sometimes you face one but talking it makes it better
-Some HR representatives are not so good so you better have a good relationship with yours
-Salary is not the best
Advice to Management
-If we do not speak about what is happening is because of retaliations from managers.
I applied online. I interviewed at Continental.
Fairly technical. 4 hour interview. Know basics of semiconductor and how they behave. They asked about the senior year design project at school. They also give you few tricky circuit questions.
Also about situational type questions.
Be prepare to give answers on microelectronics .
Pretty comfortable and nice company.