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MINAMI TSURU-GUN, Japan
5001 to 10000 employees
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Company - Public (FANUY)
Electrical & Electronic Manufacturing
$10+ billion (USD) per year
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FANUC is a diehard fan of robotics. Founded in 1958, the company develops, produces, and sells robots and robomachines, including robots used in precision assembly and injection molding machines. Its largest segment focuses on computer numerical control (CNC), servo motor (units ... Read more

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FANUC President and CEO Yoshiharu Inaba
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I worked at FANUC full-time

    Pros

    Awesome great place to work

    Cons

    Not so awesome with vacation

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FANUC photo of: There are many animals visible on a daily basis on the back glass walls.
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FANUC Interviews

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    Trainer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Rochester Hills, MI
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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at FANUC (Rochester Hills, MI) in May 2018.

    Interview

    Had a first interview with their manager of training. Discussed the aspects of the role and my previous experiences. Standard interview and went well enough that I was asked back for a second interview in 2 weeks to present a 15 min lesson on a topic of my choosing.

    After spending 2 weeks working on a power point and presentation, I was called by the recruiting agency 4 hours before my scheduled interview to tell me that they were cancelling my interview.

    They were told it wasn't due to my qualities or experience, but because they decide the number provided to them weeks before the first interview was now too much and they didn't want to waste my time.

    To me, this was very unprofessional, as they should have decided early in the process how much they were willing to spend on the role. I spent the last two weeks preparing for a presentation that I will no longer deliver. I would suggest in the future that a decision on compensation be made prior to inconveniencing possible interviewees.

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