Mission: As a global corporation continually striving to be the world's largest and most respected international manufacturer of turning centers, machining centers, multi-axis turning centers and grinders, we will:
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I have been working at DMG MORI full-time (More than 3 years)
Smart people with a strong broad product portfolio. Company is Growing very fast. Nice showrooms with products to actually demo.
Lots of meetings, conference calls and paperwork. Workflows stink. Lots of under utilized space in my tech center, but on the bright side room for growth.
Advice to Management
Share more information with your employees and trust them to get the job done.
I applied through college or university. The process took a week. I interviewed at DMG MORI (Davis, CA) in January 2015.
Interview process was very straightforward. I applied online through my university's online career search tool and received an e-mail stating that I would have a phone interview. During the phone interview I was asked basic questions about object oriented programming, but nothing too difficult. The questions were probably just there to make sure you have taken a course on OOP.
I went in for a onsite interview a week later. The interviewer and the two software engineers I spoke with were extremely professional. I must say, these people were truly people I could envision myself working with. The interview mostly consisted of them asking about my previous internship experiences and what I hoped to achieve at the company. No technical questions were asked.
The next morning I got an offer to intern there, but their salary offer was rather low compared to competitors. A competitor in the Bay Area offered me over 2x what these guys were offering me, with better benefits.
Reasons for Declining
Salary offer was very low compared to competitors.
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