Diebold Nixdorf Overview

  • www.dieboldnixdorf.com
  • Hudson, OH
  • 10000+ Employees
  • 1859
  • Company - Public (DBD)
  • Computer Hardware & Software
  • $2 to $5 billion (USD)


Expect more. Connect more. Be more at Diebold Nixdorf. Our teams automate, digitize, and transform the way more than 75 million people around the globe bank and shop in this hyper-connected, consumer-centric world. Join us in connecting people to commerce in this vital, ...
Mission:  Brightest minds + technology and innovation + business transformation. The people of Diebold Nixdorf are 23,000+ teammates of diverse talents and expertise in more than 130 countries, harnessing future technologies to deliver personalized, secure consumer experiences that ...

Diebold Nixdorf Reviews

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"Great job"

Mar 29, 2021 - ATM Technician in New York, NY
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Diebold Nixdorf Interviews

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Applied online38%
Staffing Agency14%
Employee Referral14%

  1. Competitive Marketing Intelligence Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Magdeburg
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    I applied online. I interviewed at Diebold Nixdorf (Magdeburg) in May 2021


    The interview process I faced was flawed, unprofessional, and farcical, to say the least. After applying for the position at one of the German offices in mid-May, I received a sudden phone call from the HR one month later. I was asked to answer some questions in writing. Then radio silence again for two weeks. Only after I asked about the application status was I invited to an interview with a senior manager. The interview experience is hard to describe. It was my dream job, my motivation and confidence were high. I researched the company well, and was expecting an insightful convo with focus on analytics and strategy. Instead, it turned out to be insipid. On the contrary, I was asked some weird, pointless and rather intimidating questions, like "Magdeburg is a racist city, what's your take on this, being a person of color?" and "Why are you not applying to the company you interned at?". Still, I remained confident and optimistic and tried to have the best possible conversation. Even the manager, at the end, indicated that I might be selected for the next round.

    I received no response by the time I was told I would. The company people lack even the minimum professional decency to send a rejection email. It was only after my inquiry that the manager called me and created a drama. He said that my application came in very late (clearly due to the incompetence of HR), and potential candidates to move forward with were already finalized. Still, he decided to have an interview with me out of casual curiosity. So the whole process was a farce? I had no chance of being selected, which I wasn't aware of. This is clearly dishonest and deceptive behavior by the HR and the manager. Why did they waste my time if there were better candidates than me? An upfront rejection would have been most suitable. Anyway, looking back, I don't regret what happened. Working under such a deceptive, immoral and condescending person would have seriously thwarted my confidence, career aspirations and mental peace.

    The company may be a reputable one, but as I found out, professional ethics and discipline are severely lacking. Such callous attitude of incompetent professionals only demoralizes job seekers further.

    1. Why did you apply for the position? 2. Why did you not apply to the company at which you interned? 3. Magdeburg is a racist city. Being a person of color, what's your take on this?

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Diebold Nixdorf Awards & Accolades

  • Fortune 500Fortune2015
  • Northeast Ohio's Best Places to WorkNorth Coast 992008

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