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Mason, MI
5001 to 10000 employees
Company - Private
Industrial Manufacturing
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
WinCup, Pactiv, Berry Global
Dart is an acknowledged leader in the manufacture of single-use food and beverage packaging products, with distribution across the globe. Offering the Dart and Solo product brands, we have consistently set the Industry Standard of Excellence for quality, service, and ... Read more

Mission: Dart sets the industry standard of excellence by efficiently providing high quality foodservice packaging solutions and exceptionally reliable service. Customers choose Dart products because of their confidence in the dependable high quality of our products and responsiveness of ... Read more

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    Current Employee - Machine Operator in Horse Cave, KY
    Current Employee - Machine Operator in Horse Cave, KY
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    I have been working at Dart Container full-time (More than 3 years)


    Good work environment, good pay and good benifits


    Night shift , 12hr shifts

    Advice to Management


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Dart Container Interviews



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    OUTSIDE SALES Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Phoenix, AZ
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through other source. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Dart Container (Phoenix, AZ) in December 2013.


    Very long - seems as though a hiring network found me. The guy, Doug Cain, called me almost on a daily basis to basically talk about nothing. He would rattle off the same thing every time and it was almost as if he enjoyed listening to himself talk. Told me I was to conduct 2-3 fact finding service calls to local businesses. When I finally did my interview, I was barely asked about this "experiment" even though it took 5 hours of my time. I also was required to drive an hour to a hotel where the interview was conducted. The interview itself then proceeded to take 2 hours - in the hiring manager's hotel room. (very creepy) The gentleman that interviewed me was very awkward and seemed like he didn't even know the answers he was seeking. He seemed to not know anything about the position he was interviewing for as well. He asked me to role play and then didn't speak at all or ask me any questions for me to combat. He never clarified the questions and seemed to be content relaying vague information. The way he explained manufacturing was totally confusing and I wasn't sure if we were an external sales company or if we actually were Dart employees. I answered inquiries about my previous employer and our marketing hours for about 45 minutes while the hiring manager struggled to understand my answers. It was as simple as : how many hours per week were you immersed in sales calls, cold calls, and service calls? I had specific numbers and times of the day I would focus on marketing as I grew my operation at 33% over 2 years and he was unable to wrap his finger around what I was saying. I am still baffled by this interview as it was the most uncomfortable, unorganized, and confusing "sit downs" I have ever been a part of. He really seemed to have high anxiety.
    In the end, I wasn't even notified I wasn't offered the job. I called them 2 weeks after the interview. When I called the recruiter he didn't answer right away which was odd because he called my phone all the time leading up to the interview. When I asked him for feedback he told me I did great; So I never came away with the reason why I wasn't offered the job so I could improve. Between conversating over the phone, conducting sales calls, and the interview itself, I probably wasted a good 15 hours of my time with this interview process and I didn't even come away with constructive criticism.
    I would not recommend this company to anyone else as it seems dysfunctional.

    Interview Questions

    • It was difficult dealing with the recruiter as he would call me every 10 minutes until I would answer as if I wasn't interviewing for other positions. It was also very frustrating trying to explain management scenarios to the interviewer. He was very easily confused which made the process difficult.   1 Answer
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  • America's Largest Private Companies, Forbes, 2008

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