I worked at Deffenbaugh Industries (More than 10 years)
it was a good job you came to work did your job went home ,was not out all day long had time to spend with your family.
the downside was the benefit you did not have the best . but you made up with working extra jobs.
Advice to Management
good job guys holding it down back then it was not easy but it was not all that bad.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Deffenbaugh Industries (Kansas City, KS) in July 2013.
Interview was relaxed and non-confrontational, I had one "HUGE" Interview with the General Manager he was completely organized and asked a lot about past work related issues and how I reacted and ultimately solved them. He also stated that according to my resume I had little safety experience, he stated he had looked over my resume and had talked to my past employers and references and found that with all my past experiences I should do a wonderful job for them.
I myself didn't negotiate, I already liked the position so much monetary value wasn't my first priority. Loving the job enough to work late, never missing a day and going home every night "happy" was wroth that $1 missed. Life is to short and finding happiness with your job and employers will bring more then money can buy. I promise.
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